I was born for this.

We all spend our lives searching for that one thing we were meant to do, to be. Some of us search our entire lives never really feeling like we found it, some just know what it is and others of us just luckily stumble upon it. Me? I guess I stumbled upon it.I went to school for graphic design and have worked as a designer for about 11 years now. I am still very passionate about design but there is just something about photography that keeps me awake at night, gets my heart racing, makes me want to do somersaults, over the moon giddy. I laugh, cry (weddings get me EVERY time), explore new places, and I have the time of my life. While it first started out with maybe 1 or 2 photo shoots a month, it has now progressed to 4 or 5 a week.

Every once in a while a client will email me after their shoot and after reading their emails I am smiling ear to ear…and sometimes crying…it’s just what I do.  I am SO lucky that I am able to become a part of these people’s lives if even for a short time. I thought I would share some of the emails from my clients…oh…and maybe a few recent photos as well 🙂

love, love, love all the pics on Facebook!  honestly, the best pics
we’ve EVER taken as a family and the kids separately, too!  you made
it so much fun and sooo easy…thank you so much!  you are so
talented!  what a special memory for us in future years when the kids
are grown and we can look back at these pictures and remember our
adventures to the “old house”.  put us on your list for next

“Missy ~
I saw the pictures on Facebook and they are AWESOME!!!! I can’t wait to get the CD and look at all the pictures. My family had such a great time. Thank you for making everyone feel so comfortable. We loved your personality and we look forward to having you take more pictures for us in the future.”

“Once again, love the photos…the ones of the kids….priceless. Thank you for your great eye, and capturing these precious times in our families life!”

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  • Genelle GardnerMelissa! These are wonderful! I love the one of the little boy in the blue hat! It’s Genelle from Barnes & Noble–I met you with Greg? Well, there’s my email. I hope you found some great inspiration and can get going on your project! Let’s keep in touch!ReplyCancel

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