I have been intrigued with capturing images with a camera since I was in high school. The idea of creating a tangible memory of an event was amazing to me. After high school I took the more "corporate" route in life. I was a federal law enforcement agent for almost 15 years until I decided that I really wanted to be a full time photographer in the mountains of Colorado. This was a childhood dream that was still living inside me. So I packed up my life and move here, to Colorful Colorado.
Now I spend my days capturing life's moments for people. Most people are too busy enjoying the moment to have to worry about photographing it, that is when I come in. Youth sports events, like skiing and motocross, are opportunities for me to use my talents to help parents create photographic memories of their children. I love what I do and love seeing the happiness in the parents when I deliver to them photographs that they may not have been able to capture themselves.
My motto is: If you can do it on a mountain, I can capture you doing in on my camera!
Summit Middle School hosts race at Copper Mountain (Ladies)