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About Mua

I had thryoid cancer when I was 18 (going on 10 years of being cancer free! WHOO HOO! =OD) Not long after that, my adopted 1 year old baby brother had a heart attack and died in my arms. That part of my life was hard. REALLY hard.

Soon things turned around for the better...after all....Its always darkest before the dawn, right?

I married my best friend in 2004 in the Mesa, Arizona Temple.  Holy cow, I'm crazy about that man!

I became a mommy to 5 beautiful, amazing children.

My kids and my hubby are my life.
I love the way that my kids smell right after they wake up. I like it when they go to sleep too....a little peace and quite is always nice.

I can't stand eating beans. But I love oreo's....maybe alittle too much.

I like to sleep. Alot. But I don't get enough of it anymore.

Even after 7 years, I still like to kiss my husband and hold his hand as we walk next to eachother.

I developed a passion for photography years ago. I have a million plus pictures of my kids, with a trillion more to come as the years go by.

Aaron Siskind once said, "Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything."

You invest so much into the special occasions that happen in your lifetime. You buy the cake for your wedding, you pay a band to play music for your reception. Before you know it, here comes baby! You buy diapers, and lotion, and baby food.

However, the day after your wedding, your cake will be no more. The band will go home. One day the onesies that you put your baby in will no longer fit.

When you invest in photography, you invest in memories that you can see, and remember, and that will last for 100 years or more. The photo's you take today will be seen by your kids, your grandkids, and your great-grandkids.

As a photographer, that is my capture the little things so you can always remember everything that is so dear to your heart.