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The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do.

— Andy Warhol

  

I bought my first DSLR camera in 2004 when my now wife, Tracey, and I were taking a cruise to Alaska. For a monumental trip like this, I HAD to get an amazing camera. Those 8.2 megapixels with nine four points had me in LOVE. Ever since then, the ability of a photograph to be able to freeze time; freeze an emotion; freeze a memory has kept me addicted. When you look at a photo from 20+ years ago, it hits home. You can remember how you felt, the emotions, the smell, and the MEMORIES!

Over the years, I’ve had the pleasure to preserve memories and it’s a blessing to say the least. Whether it’s getting a great angle, finding light that tells the story, or capturing the true personality of someone; it all brings a smile to my face and hopefully yours!

I look forward to preserving many more memories!

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