Meet the Photographer, Erin 

I began my love of photography in high school. I worked on the yearbook and photographed a majority of the images that ended up in the yearbook my senior year. I loved seeing my images in print and knowing that others were enjoying them just as much as I did. Transitioning into college my skills were more defined working for my college newspaper, I had aspirations to work for a magazine one day developing and working on layouts and photography. I met my husband, who is retired military now, and my career path went in a few different directions for a short time. I never did work for that magazine, but instead found work as a graphic artist, amoung other things. When I had my first child, my desire to capture every single moment of her childhood has led me here. I started out photographing her every moment and then capturing our friends special moments. And then friends of friends started to take notice and I could no longer deny that what had started as a hobby was turning into a business. I honed my skills, taking workshops, working for wedding planners, taking many photography courses as I could, and here I find myself 8 years later. I love my job and have absolutely no desire to do anything else. I have a passion for creating beautiful and colorful artwork that my clients can feel proud to display in their homes.

  Being a mom myself, I completely understand how important it is for us to take care of ourselves, especially during pregnancy and those first few weeks of newborn life. This is why I travel to my clients. Getting yourself together with a brand new infant can be challenging, overwhelming, and stressful. I like to make it easy for my clients and that is why I travel to my clients homes for their newborn and sometimes maternity sessions. I do not have a studio and I don't need a lot of space to create those beautiful images you see here. I will be the first to tell you, please wear the comfy clothes, I don't care that your sink is full of dirty dishes, and it's okay that your baby's grandparents are visiting from out of state. This time of your life can be hectic and the days can just seem to blend together, let's not make capturing it any harder than it needs to be. See you soon!

"A camera is a save button for the mind's eye." - Roger Kingston

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