I am from small town northeastern North Carolina. My childhood was filled with memories of family. Whether it be summers with Grandma Sis and Granddaddy Clint, fishing with my dad, getting caught when my brother and I cracked our neighbors windshield with a rock, watching my mother and all of her siblings laugh as we gathered in houses that were too small for family holidays, and family expanding with step parents and new siblings – life. It wasn’t perfect but it was all mine. In my adulthood, I am building my own family. Building memories of vacations to faraway lands, laughs with friends over good food, and now long nights holding my baby girl in one hand while editing photographs with the other. I started my photography journey asking my wife once a week if I could buy a nice camera prior to our first child being born. Eventually she said yes and the next day (thank you Amazon) a beautiful new camera was on our doorstep. I never knew that, through the lens, I would fall in love with capturing parents gazing upon their children, children’s laughter, sibling love and the forever “I love You” between husband and wife. The best photographs are captured in natural moments. Photoshoots don’t have to be staged. Want to go on a picnic at sunset? Let’s capture your son hanging on to your leg, your daughter jumping into the pool, or making a family dinner. Life is about these moments. From your own home to an afternoon in the North Carolina Mountains, a lake, or the beach. Let’s go on an adventure. Through vibrant hues of pink sunsets to the subtle beauty and class of the shades of grey, let’s capture what makes your family, family.