I started taking pictures when I was 9 years old. The camera was a Kodak 126, but it was gold to me. When I was in high school, I got my first SLR, fully-manual, and started shooting and learning all of the basic mechanics of light and composition and the effects of exposure and depth of field. Shooting sports and miscellaneous activities for my high school yearbook was the launch for a lengthy career in printing. I spent the past five years working on yearbooks and shifted over to the Collie Club of America's Bulletin magazine as Photo Editor where I love being able to express my creativity while learning new things.

I utilize my printing, scanning and color experience to optimize your advertising projects for specific printing conditions.