It’s the simple things that make life so rich.
Let’s capture those together.
We live our busy lives from one day to the next without often realizing how much time has passed. It’s not until we stumble across a reminder – that we take a moment to look around and realize how much we’ve grown and changed. We’ve quite possibly missed capturing those moments.
As a Family Photographer, I work with Kansas City area families to capture the moments that answer the question…
When did my kids grow up?
From newborn photography sessions and annual family portraits to engagement pictures – I aim my camera to capture the simple things that make life so rich.
Celebrating life, family and love through the power of art. Picture this- you come home, turn on the light, and the first thing you see as you settle into your evening is a big display of your beautiful little one wishing on a dandelion, running through a field, and giving the best 4-year-old hug ever.
Then you walk into your baby’s nursery and it’s been decorated with photos of him from the time he was in your belly all the way to his first birthday where he smeared cake all over a balloon and laughed hysterically at the mess.
When you go to buy a new piece of art or décor for your home, what do you base the purchase on? You base it on whether or not you make an emotional connection with it. The piece makes your heart sing and puts a smile on your lips. Wouldn’t it make the most sense to invest in celebrating and displaying the people you love the very most in life? They are what makes a house a home. That is where I come in. I create beautiful artwork, to display in your home, of your family that will be cherished for generations to come.
When I was a child, photos were not something that my family could afford and therefore were not that important. I have an album from when I was young, but nothing past the age of about 6. My mom always bought school photos, but when devastation hit my family, we lost everything except that album. I cherish that album, but so desperately wish that I had more – of myself and my family.
In 2004, my mom had a family photo done of me, my sisters, and her. She could only really afford a small package, but I got a 5×7 of us all. It is still framed on my wall today. My mom passed away a little over a year after that photo was taken. Because it is the only family photo I have, it is my most prized possession.
Since then, I have made it my mission to educate my clients on the value of getting photos done and often. I make it a point to create beautiful pieces of art that I know my clients will love and gush about for a lifetime.