I have been in the Real Estate Photography business since 2011. Ever since I owned my own DSLR I have enjoyed capturing moments. It all began in High School with my passion for arts. I wanted to do something that I enjoyed and photography sounded like a blast. So I signed up for my first photography class. During my first semester of class I would take my camera everywhere it seemed. I never knew what I might end up finding that could then turn into a piece of art.
The High School years were great, but that soon ended. Thus leaving me with more life decisions. Soon after High School I went on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to Spokane Washington where I was able to meet a lot of cool people and learned new ways of looking at life.
Soon after returning from my mission I purchased a new DSLR camera. This is where it all began. Two weeks or so past and my brother asks me what I am going to do with such a nice camera. I wasn’t sure what I would do. I just thought I would capture my own little memories and whatever happened would be great. Yet another week passed by and my brother told me I would be going to an interview with him to become a Real Estate Photographer.
I was in shock to know that I would be doing something that I enjoy. I was able to meet Craig Hall who helped me learn some basic skills by following him and shadowing him on a home he was photographing one day. It was great to learn the little details that I should look for. It was a great starting point.
School began at Salt Lake Community College and later that year and I decided to then add a photography class to my workload. Building my skills and focusing more on my work was able to help me move forward with a career in Real Estate Photography.
Though the first years were slow, I never gave up. I just kept working at my dad’s work and doing what I needed. My motivation was minimal at the time knowing that I would need a new kidney in the near future. I didn’t want to build up clientele to only let them down with about a break of a half a year when a transplant would be needed. So I stayed low and got extra photoshoots from the head real estate photographer in Utah, Craig Hall.
The new kidney for me came in November of 2013 from my Amazing mom. I now have a renewed energy and am excited to be able to expand and grow my business. My main goal is making sure that every customer is happy. I think that is most important thing a business can do.
2015 led to many more adventures as I have recently decided to stick my toes into some other photography. Starting in early fall till the end of 2015 I was able to photograph 5 families and 2 of my friends weddings. For the short amount of time I was able to capture beautiful memories and now I am ready to capture many more Exciting Memories that will be able to be cherished for a lifetime.