Being a registered nurse in a long term care and rehab facility, I have met people from all walks of life.  We tell our patients' families to bring in items to help them feel more at home, things like pictures.  I remember a patient telling me how she lost everything in a fire. The most devastating part was the fact she lost all her pictures.  She said that you can replace the other material things, but not your pictures.  

Having six dogs, I was finding it more difficult to find a photographer that would work with us at an affordable price.  And, then we ended up with very simple backgrounds.  So, I decided to learn photography for myself.  It was my instructor that lit the spark of starting a pet photography business.  I wanted more variety with the backgrounds, so I became Photoshop certified as well.  "A picture is worth a thousand words."

My mission is to capture memories and preserve them through photography.

About the photographer

Luke 12:6- "Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? and not one of them is forgotten before the Lord."