"family is not an important thing.
I'd love to sit here and write a fabulous paragraph describing myself to within an inch of detail but the truth is, I can't. And I won't. There is really only one reason why I love being a photographer. Moments.
In 40 years time I want to look back on my life and remember how a particular moment in time felt. Whether it's the infectious laugh of my nieces, or look in Clint's eyes when he's trying to tell a story, or the look of love between my parents. It's these feelings that I want to hold close to my heart forever. Not only will I recall the feeling of important milestones in my families life, but I will also remember how a normal day felt. Everyday.
Your life, your feelings, your moments.
This is only a recent appreciation for me. Yes I always knew they were pretty, but over the past couple of years, I've grown a new appreciation and love for stunning sunsets. Perhaps it's the photographer in me, or perhaps it's just me getting older and being grateful for the incredible people I have surrounding me everyday.
These people are my world. I would move heaven and earth to help them (well, I'd try!). Although we don't get together all that often (guys, life is difficult to coordinate), I know that they're my rock. Especially my husband, Clint. If I'm crying, he's probably the only person who's able to make me laugh, he's my travel buddy and my best friend in the whole world.
This little man stole my heart as soon as I looked into his big brown eyes. He's soft in nature, cheeky in personality and will dig out as fast as he can to find us, he just doesn't want to be alone. No matter what your day holds for you, Axle will melt your heart as soon as you walk in the door!