“Vision is the art of seeing things invisible”
As a photographer, my role extends far beyond lighting and lenses. I approach my work with the intention to unify emotion, creativity, and beauty into tangible memories that last a lifetime.
My creative life actually bloomed a little later in my years. Interestingly enough, it is at the opposite end of the spectrum from what I did the first 45 years of my life. A self-taught photographer, I began to take an interest in weddings while watching a friend shoot one. I can clearly recall the appeal the wedding shoot had for me, and soon after I enrolled in a wedding photography workshop in Ottawa. While there, I had my first introduction to the Wedding and Portrait Professional International (WPPI) organization. I was hooked, attended my first WPPI convention in Las Vegas the following year and haven’t looked back since.
Photography also allows me the opportunity to immerse myself in the technology and change happening in this industry. As I am now into my 17 year of shooting, my goals continue to be sharpening my skills and working toward building my studio name while expanding my services.