I'm a photographer, (for those who haven't gathered :-p) I specialize in children, babies, newborns, as well as family sessions. Family sessions go from Great Aunt Sally, to Great Grandma, and even simply couples, or spouses.
But being a photographer is so much more than holding a camera. Being a newborn photographer is more than folding a baby in half in a bucket and taking a photo. Being a child photographer is so much more than chasing little Johnny around the park and snapping away. Being a family photographer is so much more than getting a handful of relatives as close as possible, or an engagement photographer is more than photographing two individuals together...
Being a newborn photographer is about a miracle, a miracle that you carried for ten months - who is here, now. It is about a vision that will live on for the rest of your lives together. Being a family photographer, or engagement photographer is about capturing the love and bond of family. Whether it's immediate family, or distance relatives that only get together every so often. And, being a child photographer, it's about collecting up all your little ones innocence, and happiness, and displaying that in your images.
Being a photographer is about vision. It's about creativity. It's about providing you with something unique that you simply cannot do yourself. Something created just for you, and your family. Beautiful, timeless images that will be with you forever.
We are not fly by night... we will not be here today, and gone tomorrow - most of us, anyway. We did not get into this business because it seemed like an easy route to make and take money.
It's about passion, and you'll find that majority of photographers you come across aren't rolling in the dough... because we don't do it to be rich. We do it because we love it. We love being able to provide you with something that you'll love and cherish for years upon years. We love knowing that your family will adore these images, and that the only thing that can stop time is capturing it through image. We do it because we don't want your lives to pass you by, and wish you could remember more, wish you'd documented more, wish you had more memories that you could hold in your hands.