Here I am!

I have lots of clients that just want to know more about me and what I do. I enjoy the edgier photos.

I enjoy the old fashioned, vintage looks.

I want to capture the personality of my subjects and what makes them unique!

Professional Photography should fit your family and your needs. Choosing a photographer in this ever-growing field, is a lot like choosing your couch: some are modern and trendy, some are traditional, some are cheap and poor quality, and some are just comfortable and fit with your family and your needs.

A photographer should fit your family. Look around, investigate their portraits, do they match your style? Portraits last, they are an investment. These are memories you want to keep, choose a photographer based on their art, and invest in those memories. You cannot get them back once they are gone.

Before choosing a photographer, please know that each person is unique and each person has a style all their own. Photographers are the same way, if my style of photography meets your needs for the look and feel of the photo you are wanting, give me call, or send me a message! But if it doesn’t, I am probably not the photographer for you. It is easier for you to find someone who meets YOUR needs, than for a photographer to change to meet them


About Dana

I'm a wife and mother, SuperWoman, personal chef, taxi, Youth Sunday School teacher, washwoman, and CEO of everything in between. Who just happens to have a love for photography!
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One Response to Here I am!

  1. that’s a beautiful picture. love the processing and her fun expression.

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