Meet this Mother-Son-Daughter real estate team. The three of them recently joined together to create “Folz Team” and I can only image the success that is coming their way. Thank you Folz family for asking me to take your professional headshots and team photos!!
I can still remember so clearly when my son was 6 months old so it was a blast capturing this handsome little guy just a couple of weeks ago. It is such a fun age and stage, when they start to sit up and play and respond to your funny faces and silly noises. Their little personalities start coming out in big ways and that is when time starts to breeze by. Before you realize it, you are dropping them off at birthday parties and sleep overs. It’s just not fair how fast they grow up (insert crying emoji face)!! This is why I am such a huge fan of capturing them at the different stages of their life. The photos become precious keepsakes and things you can look back at, because let’s be honest, it’s so easy to forget how small they were, how little hair they had, and how fun they were as they were becoming… bigger.
It is always humbling when someone asks me to capture big moments in their life, time and time again. I have had the awesome opportunity to photograph this beautiful family many times over the past 4 years. When they moved into their gorgeous new home I was asked if I would come over and capture just a few moments. I always hope to be consistant and capture images my families will be able to hang in their homes and look at each day with a smile. Thank you Brockway family for letting me document your most treasured milestones.
These sweethearts said “I do” under a canopy of trees in the backyard of the groom’s grandparent’s home at 10 am on Sunday morning. Linda looked stunning in her lace gown and her handsome groom couldn’t keep his eyes off of her. It was so sweet and I am grateful that they asked me to capture their day from beginning to end!
Caden is like, 100% dude. Deep down he is an old soul and he is only a few months away from leaving his home in Arizona to serve in the Army. He loves dirt, country music, speaking his mind, fixing things, and his bad ass black jeep, a.k.a, “Jessica Jeep.” He is pretty hard core, but underneith this kid’s hard core “manly” persona, there is a young man that is just trying to find his place in the world. He is at that point in his life where he is stuck between being a teenager and an adult, with the world at his feet. I can’t tell you enough, how much I love to capture people at this stage of their life. When I was younger I remember my dad telling me, “You have so much potential and this life goes so fast. Use your time wisely.” That message didn’t sink in until I was older. Now, I see these young people through my camera and I so badly want capture the best pieces of them. The pieces they don’t always see until their older.
Caden – You have so much to give this world. Your potential is undeniable. Remember to use your gifts; your hands combined with that brain that is wired to fix things that are broken, can help others and make a positive difference in this world. Thank you for the joy ride through the Arizona desert. Jessica Jeep is something special for sure. When you are far from home and learning how to serve our country remember that your family is hella proud of you. And remember to stay humble friend, it will take you far.