Through my growth as a photographer, documentary photography has become my greatest passion. It’s where I find the most beauty, the most challenge to my creative spirit. None of us are perfect, or polished. None of us really have it figured out, and definitely don’t have it all together. And per every mother of grown children, we will miss the noise, we will miss the messes, we will miss the mounds of tiny clothes that need folding, the sippy cups that litter the sink, and the muddy soccer cleats left in the hallway. What I set out to do is capture the beauty in the ordinary, revealing the unique dynamics and quirks that make each family special. These photographs serve as a timeless testament to the family's journey, providing a genuine and unfiltered glimpse into their lives for generations to come.
“We photographers deal in things that are continually vanishing, and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth that can make them come back again. We cannot develop a memory.”
— Henri Cartier-Bresson