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Sally

Hi my name is Sally,

 

I have loved photography literally as long as I can remember. My first memories of photography was when my father gave me a Kodak EKTRALITE Camera with a single use flash cube.  As the years progressed my father knew I have keen interest in photography, he gave me a Rollei film camera, showed me the basics then essentially told me "Go, get creative". He progressively gave me a SLR film camera, a Ricoh 35mm. I was ecstatic!  This opened my eyes to what I could capture using a great camera and from there I became interested in photography seriously. 

I took photography classes in high school, I love spending time in the dark room manipulating the arts of developing photos.  I have keen eye of capturing nature photos but my love affair with photographing people began in 2000.  

I started taking photos of my family and friends, they enjoyed the natural look and uniquely-inspired images I created.  The first time I photograph newborn was with my friend who is a very talented photographer.  She introduced me to newborn photography.  I shadowed and assisted her for few months and as a result, I realized that I have incredible patience with newborn, I enjoyed working with them, truly a magical moment. The images I took was truly captivating, parents were fascinated with the outcome.  It is exciting to be able to please them, I knew I found my niche.  

I have the passion for unique creativity and going above and beyond my capabilities. My goal is to make unforgetablable memories stay…recorded for a lifetime to keep.

Kaylen

Kaylen is your wedding videographer, more than a videographer, they are always eager to make sure your day goes smoothly as possible. Having experience as a 1st assistant director on film sets, Kaylen understands having everything organized and having everything in line for the best flow.

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