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I’m the fun-loving, charismatic husband of the one and only.. Rebecca! While I love to bust a move on the dance floor, carry your flowers, and fluff your dress..there are some things you may not know about me.
I get to spend each and every day with my best friend. Whether it’s spent working, binging on Netflix, or going on a new adventure - we’re always together. On top of being with my best friend, I’m father to the most amazing, beautiful little girl that gets all of her beauty and anger from her mother. 🙂
I’m surrounded by love from two amazing ladies. Rebecca constantly sets goals and reaches them beyond measure. I have always stood beside her, because I know she aspires to great things - and our daughter will do the same.
I love the outdoors. Hiking down a good ‘ol trail in Georgia, or standing under a marvelous waterfall in Iceland. While adventures are my favorite thing..most of them happen at home. At home I’m a superhero. I’m a bad guy, and the police (Thea) puts me in jail - but I always escape.. I’m a tickle monster, a foot massager, a breakfast maker.
Being a father and a husband is everything to me. And that’s what drives me to be there, right beside my best friend carrying your flowers and photographing you on your big day.
I’m Rebecca, I’m a wife, mother, and a lover of all things travel. It was never any kind of plan, or dream of mine to be a photographer. I have always been artistically inclined, and actually planned on being a graphic designer. Following in my father’s footsteps, I moved to atlanta and started school at Paul Mitchell to be a stylist. Halfway through, I took a whitewater rafting trip in Tennessee and had a complete change of heart. I didn’t want to work in a salon, or live in a big city. That day, I called and resigned from the school.
Within the next month of trying to figure out my future, I searched “cool, adventurous jobs” on google. That’s where I ran across a site that would change my life forever. I visited coolworks.com and applied for a job on the Dalton Highway in Alaska. 500+ miles from the nearest town. No internet, no cellphones, nothing but solitude. And that’s exactly what I needed. Expecting to never hear from anyone, I had a phone interview and was packing for Alaska before I knew it. Leaving behind my [now husband] and my dog, I headed off. Yukon River Camp is where I spent the next several months. I met travelers form all over the world, experienced 24 hour sunlight, and discovered myself. I realized that I didn’t want to work for anyone but myself, and in exploring my newfound freedom i packed my backpack, left behind what i didn’t need and hiked north. I hitched a ride over 300 miles to get to the arctic ocean, and hitched back with a traveler from Sweden. It was truly the best time of my life. Henry David Thoreau once said, “I find it wholesome to be alone the greater part of the time.” I thoroughly believe that to be true. In being alone, I found myself, and who I wanted to be.
fast forward to winter of 2013, I’m married and expecting a sweet little girl. I purchased a canon rebel so that I would be able to capture moments of my daughter any time I wanted. Once she arrived, I took her monthly photos and a few people began asking if I would take photos of them. I agreed, and it really went from there. My wonderful husband had been the only one with a job, so I was excited about the possibility of making a few extra dollars with this newfound hobby. The rest is really history. In february of 2015 my husband and I went to lunch and decided that we could do this. Like..Really Do It. He quit his job that day, and we’ve been pursuing photography together ever since. we now own a little 10 acer plot of land with a cute farm house on it. We built a new studio in a cleaning in our woods and I couldn’t be happier.