Times were good, and they will be again
The world has undoubtedly changed over the last few months and weeks. Spending time with family and friends was something we took for granted. Running to the store for just a few odds and ends. Settling in for a movie in a crowded theater. These once normal things seem so, distant.
As we get in touch with our family and our homes in a new way, I wanted to connect you to the power of photographs during this time. While days may feel scary, we can take solace in our memories and the good times we’ve shared. These powerful moments of time travel are just waiting at your fingertips, through the captured memories in your family photo album.
Now that I’m spending a lot more time at home, my albums have become a refuge. They remind me that times were good, and they will be again.
As a photographer, my role is to connect intimately the world through my camera. I’m continually seeking ways to capture the present for another time. A time where we can tell the stories of today and reconnect with the sweep of feelings we experienced in those moments.
In these difficult times, it’s more important than ever that we keep documenting our stories. That we keep connecting with each other in safe and healthy ways. Let’s do that together through the camera.
Without you, my dear clients, my life just isn’t the same. Your love and support are my driving force as I work through the new challenges and changes we face.
Currently, I’ve decided to continue with outdoor photo sessions, starting April 1. By working together outdoors and maintaining safe social distance, we can create a beautiful set of photos for you and your loved ones. Using a series of high-quality zoom lenses, we can keep our distance without sacrificing the beauty of the moments we create together.
Getting through this health crisis will require all of us to be creative, patient, and connected meaningfully.
Let’s not let this disease stop us doing that.
Stay close to love,