Philosophy

Life is worth documenting. Wedding day butterflies, popsicle stained toddler faces and chubby baby cheeks don’t last forever. These moments that make up our lives, should be respected and preserved—-carried with us into the future, where they will gain immeasurable value with each passing year.

Life isn’t full of props, fake backdrops and themed decorations, so why should your photos be? Often, the best photos are taken when no one’s paying attention to the camera—real moments captured as they really happened.  Of course, more formal, clean portraits are essential too.  Catching the in-between moments, as well as the ideal ones, tells a bigger, more personal story about you and your family.

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