I purchased my first DSLR in 2010 from our wedding photographer and fell in love immediately. Often times people ask me how I got so good so quickly, but the truth is, I have been working to “perfect” my skills way before I ever launched my business. Four years later, the truth is, I’m no where closer to perfect today than I was in 2010. Have I improved? Yes, significantly… but I’m not perfect. I finally came to the realization that I was holding myself back on purpose in hopes of never having to come face to face with failure.
Is this blog or website I created a perfect representation of what I want my brand to look like? Absolutely not. I hope as I continue to grow over the coming months and years that I am able to refine and develop it further, but for the time being I felt it was most important to get started.
By nature, I am typically a pretty private person. I was scared to put myself out there with so many questions running through my head. What if people make fun of my work? What if people judge me? But I came to realize who cares!? If I make even one client happy, it was worth it. This isn’t about me, it’s about you, my future client(s). I’m here to capture your fleeting moments, I’m the channel you are working through to get your love story told.
I am beyond excited to start this journey; I cannot wait to see where it takes me and who I get to meet. I cannot wait to build relationships that turn into friendships. So thank you for all your support, I appreciate it more than you know. In the end, I might end up meeting my biggest fear: failure. But you never know if you don’t try ;)