I see photography not only as gift but also as a creative outlet. My few months working in a Sears Portrait Studio was simply meant to be a way to supplement our income. However, it quickly became a way for me to create and give back to the world, by capturing it’s beauty and the beauty of it’s beings. I fell in love with portraits and lifestyle photography and so when I left Sears it seemed only natural to continue in this love through my own small business.
The busyness of the life has a way of suffocating this creative in me. After four years of photography people and their stories, I felt dissatisfied by the lack of progress my business has made. Camp WannaKnowMore was an opportunity for me to learn and grow, and also to reignite my passion for photography.