When I was 12 years old, I started working as my Father's photography assistant. I would carry his equipment and help him set up and tear down. In between I had a front row seat to one of the best portrait photographers at work. Over the next 35 years I have continued to grow as a photographer and as an artist. What I always seem to come back to is the why. Why do I love photography? It's not the Jpegs or the Photoshop techniques or the equipment. It's YOU, the people. My love of photography is about the relationships. There is nothing more fulfilling to me as a photographer than capturing a moment and knowing I created a timeless image. Knowing my creations will be a part of your family for generations is priceless.