Beth

 

As a natural light, on-location photographer there are many things that inspire me…color,light,my children, buildings, antiques, nature, and texture just to name a few.  I constantly see the world through my camera lens and strive to create images that you will treasure throughout time.

The concept of time has always fascinated me.  It seems we spend so much of our lives wanting time to slow down or speed up, and I always try to focus on being present in the current time.  I think capturing time is what has led to my love of photography.  When my kids were little I wanted to create pictures of them as they were then so I would remember the little details that can too often fade in our memories.  As they have gotten older, I have loved being able to capture them doing the things that they love and displaying that engaging connection between them.  When I shoot an image, I want to be able to look back at that picture and truly remember that time and everything that came with it.

I have been married to my wonderful and supportive husband for 19 years, and we have three amazing and unique children.  Our lives are full, and I am thankful for this “time.”  The best place in the world to me is a soccer field, I drink one Dr. Pepper every day, and I love to cheer for the Baylor Bears.  Running, yoga, pilates, and cycling are my choice of exercise, you will never find me on an elevator, I love to talk about books, and my dream vacations always involve the beach.  I am thankful to my family, my fantastic friends, and most importantly to a Gracious and Redeeming God for all of the gifts of time I have been given.  I’d love to capture your moments in time.

He has made everything beautiful in its time. Ecclesiastes 3:11

  • September 27, 2012 - 3:50 pm

    Lynn Darst - So excited for you – I love the website and everything you’ve said on it (and, of course, the pictures!!!)ReplyCancel

  • October 19, 2012 - 7:55 pm

    Ray - I absolutely love that you are doing something you are so passionate about. That love for photography, and fun that you have during your photo shoots, comes through so strong in your pictures.

    The final product is magical and I truly believe that “the single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it.”

    We love you Beth and are 110% behind you! Keep up the great work.

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