Growing up, my family had a cabinet full of photo albums. The photos dated back to the 50’s as my grandfather always had a camera with him to capture family vacations, document when company came to visit, and family milestones. Other albums from the 70’s and 80’s include my parents’ wedding, honeymood, vacations and baby pictures of my brother and I. These albums are still at my parents’ home, and now I get to share all those moments with my wife and daughters. They get to see me from a lifetime ago (high school was a VERY awkward time), and get to learn about family members they’ll never get to meet.
This is why photography is so important to me. It’s about saving your life’s memories – capturing everything from the biggest day of your life, to a sharing a laugh with a friend. Those photo albums were put together over decades and are likely the most important items in the house. I want to help you build your own album collection to share with the world.