I picked up a camera in 2012, a Canon Rebel T3 with some standard kit lenses. It wasn’t a great camera, but definitely taught me a lot of things. I immediately was outside taking photos, experimenting and trying to push it to its limits. I won’t lie, a lot of what came from that camera was crap.
Since then I’m happy to say I don’t use that camera anymore, but thankful for what came from it. I found my love for photography & film, and it helped cultivate my interest in design. But, most importantly it has allowed me to see the world differently, tell stories, and gave me an avenue to connect with people I would otherwise not likely meet.
I believe connecting with people is the greatest thing I get to do. Marriage is awesome, so telling these stories is an amazing privilege I get to do everyday.
This is the heart behind what I do. Being present, intentional, and real.