closing shop

 

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Hi. Remember me? It’s been almost two years since my last post. Yikes!  That doesn’t mean I haven’t been taking pictures in two years. The last two years were filled with first birthdays, christmas sessions, newborns and vow renewals. But those sessions were few and far between. As life has evolved for my family and I, I found that photography wasn’t fitting for us. With the kids in school full time, our time together as a family has become even more critical for myself. It is bitter sweet to say that I won’t be doing any official photography business anymore. Photography was a life saver for me. It came at a time when my kids were little and I needed, not only a creative outlet, but also a time out of the house. Photography welcomed me in to peoples homes, lives and family gatherings. It challenged me in wonderful ways. I am so thankful for each person who has hired me over the last seven years. (especially those who hired me at the very beginning). I’ve watched families grow up through my lens. I’m thankful for a job I was able to do while being a stay at home mom. I am thankful for the classes I took and for those who mentored me along the way. The beauty about photography is that even though I am closing the doors on the business, I can pick up my camera and continue to film and photograph. I love being in homes and seeing my work on refrigerators, tables and walls. It has been an honor to be a small part of your lives. Thank you.

1 Comment on closing shop

  1. Elisa
    November 16, 2016 at 8:58 pm (1 year ago)

    I’m excited to see what the next chapter of your life holds. You have a beautiful family, you do beautiful work. No doubt great things are in store. Best wishes old friend.

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