I can’t remember a time when I didn’t own a camera – from the gigantic polaroid, to the disk (anyone remember those?), to the digital SLRs of today. Many a portrait were made of Cabbage Patch kids and dogs. However, for most of my life I lived under the belief that photographers were born and not made. I loved to look at great portraiture, but didn’t think it was possible to make such pieces myself. When my first child was born, I took many photos, but very few had the impact I was looking for. In the small town in Montana where I lived, I didn’t have local resources to learn the art of photography. But, I soon discovered that I could learn to be a better photographer thanks to the wealth of information on the internet and the many seminars and workshops offered around the country. I have put in countless hours learning from the best in the business and shooting thousands of frames on my cameras to perfect my craft and find my style as you see it today. I’ve come a long way from my days of disk cameras and baby doll models.
Nowadays, you can find me (when not behind the camera or in front of the computer) crocheting, Crossfitting my buns off, in the kitchen creating new and interesting meals that will hopefully pass muster with the family, or engaging in my guilty pleasures of tv dramas and iPhone word games.
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