A few years ago, if you had told me I’d have the opportunity to be a full-time photographer and business owner, I would have laughed. Because, you see, a few years ago I was an 18 year old girl, fresh out of high school, at a huge university with no idea what direction she should be headed in.
Amidst all of the crazy, there was a point where God stepped in and took control of the plan I thought I had for myself. For a while, I pushed back and I pushed back hard. Struggling with balancing this business while becoming a wife and being a student. In 2018, a sense of peace came over me, I quit my teaching job and I took the plunge into this dream of a job.
I feel so thankful every day to have the opportunity to do what I love through serving and loving my clients. And while photography is something that I love and adore - creating lasting relationships with my clients is where my heart will always lie. I get to make meaningful images and new friends all at the same time. Thankful, grateful, and blessed - that is always how I'll feel about this little business of mine.
If you’ve been following along… you know I’m obsessed with Texas. From the landscape to the people - it's the greatest place on earth.
I believe cactus and wildflowers are some of nature’s finest creations. They grow where they are planted and sometimes in the face of adversity. I think should all be a little tough like that.
I’m known for wearing my boots to every session and sometimes on wedding days if the occasion allows it. It gives me that extra confidence to go first when we climb through tall grasses and frolic in fields without fear of Texas wildlife - if you know what I’m saying.
I justify my frequent visits to Braums for frozen yogurt by saying it's healthier than ice cream. My hubby tries to tell me otherwise, but I don’t care.
Real talk. I've carried a camera around with me since I was about 10 years old. I never dreamed of being a photographer, but God has a funny way of changing things.