Oh Hey There!
This is me! Barefoot and Ripped Jeans….. You can call me Jen… or Jennifer.
BUT NEVER JENNY.
(Yes, that deserved shouty caps!)
-I'm a wife of 10 years to my soul mate and best friend, Nick.
-I'm also a momma of two girls - Josephine (9) and Hadley (4) and we have one four-legged boxer baby, cooper.
-I have music ADD so my playlist is crazy!
-I believe in the woo. Trust in the process. Trust in your gut. Do the things.
-You'll often find me in sweatpants and a hat when I don't need to be anywhere fancy.
-My heart is split right down the middle between Colorado and Wyoming.
-I l o v e motivational books and podcasts. I'm always trying to learn and grow.
-My next career will be a life coach.
- I am an extroverted, creative type a, and a natural born leader.
-My tribe is everything. I have a set of close family and friends that I'd do anything for. They are my biggest support system and drive for all I do.
You have this one time to capture your life as it is today. Life changes quickly. I’m humbled by the idea that we, together, create the images you’ll show your grandkids and they someday will show theirs. Photographs need to remind us of our past so that we can continue to live in the present. I whole-heartedly feel that what I do is much more than clicking a shutter button. I photograph people because I want to give them the happiness of priceless memories. It’s my creative outlet as well as my service to the world. I didn’t always photograph people… but I have been a photographer for what feels like my whole life. When I was a kid, I had this cute little purple camera that I swear I carted with me everywhere. In school, I focused on the dark room, shot abstract things and loved every minute of it. As the digital age has come, I also loved the instant gratification of seeing my images and am astounded by the technology that exists. However, with all that experience, I never actually found that ‘soul’ purpose until I started photographing people.
All it took was one brave day to decide to live outside of fear and take the leap.
So Why Legacy Product?
With our technology, we’ve forgotten what it’s like to print our images.
It’s partly due to convenience, it’s partly because of an overwhelming amount of images we see daily and it’s largely because we want to see our images immediately on our phones. I get it. I do too. My why, though, is based on the home that I’ve created. I want to walk into my house and have pictures of my family adorning my walls. I want to host a dinner party and have guests perusing the coffee table albums that show my child’s full personality. I want my children to cherish these heirloom prints long after I’m gone; just as I have with my grandmother’s pictures.
I create irresistible images that you’ll collect, cherish, and pass on.
Photographs are priceless.