I LOVE THIS.

Just wanted to talk a bit about how passionate I am about this job, this art form, and the life it is creating for me.

I am writing this all in one go, no going back and fixing things, just thoughts straight from my mind sphere.

This job is absolutely amazing. The idea that I can make a living off of capturing the love other people have for one another is insane, and reminds me just how beautiful the lives we lead are.

I love this. I love this. I totally absolutely love this and I feel so blessed to get to see this slowly becoming my life, and my career.

Near every moment, I spend thinking about how I could be improving myself, and my craft. I spend weekends binge watching youtube videos on how to improve, talking to other photographers and asking tons of questions, because I love this.

This is God's way of saying "Yo, you're more than just some dude. Here's what I have for you, here's what you're supposed to be doing. Now go kill it." and it drives me to be better, be more, and I love it.

I am going to work my tail off to do the best for every single couple that comes my way. Why? Because I love this, and I want to watch it grow.

This is my ministry. This business isn't just a business, it's a way to grow. It's a way to get to be a part of other people's lives in such an intimate way, and get to capture them for who they are. God is so great, and I want my images to show that.

Photographs are a way of taking what is already there, and making it into a piece of real art. The world is already made, I am just capturing it, using my point of view as reference. How cool is that?

It's so cool. It's mind-blowing cool. Mix that in with capturing love, capturing emotion, capturing LIFE, and you've got yourself a beautiful storm.

Can not wait for the weddings, engagement shoots, senior shoots, client meetings, road trips, traveling, phone calls, email answering, hours of photo editing, jamming out to a couple's reception, everything I have this year.

Thank you for this, I couldn't be doing it without those that support me, or those that have worked with me.