From a young age, I was drawn to creativity. It runs through my veins. My father, to this day, still tells people stories of my 3D paper cities I would build and hand drawn family newspapers I'd make as a child. Growing up in a home of photographers, it was only natural that I would eventually venture down that path. My father had given me his old Canon 20D and it collected dust for a couple years until the birth of my daughter. It was then that I realized I had a real love for photography. It wasn't just the fact the subject was my child. It was the love for capturing moments most people don't get to see. Every moment was mine for the taking and I was essentially able to "stop time" so I could cherish them for years to come. I wanted to do this for others as well. The ability to do this for other families is something I'm passionate about and it brings me so much joy to see the smiles on my clients' faces when they get to see what I see through the lens. Photography is an art and there's no better feeling than giving everyone their own little piece of it.