Hi! I'm Molly, thanks for stopping by!
I currently reside in the town of Oakland, WI, a little south of Superior. My family and I moved back 'up' here in June 2012 from living in Rice Lake, WI for nearly 5 years. In 2009, I married the first boy I had a crush on in kindergarten. We also have an adorable, hyper active, silly son, whom I can't imagine my life without.
For as long as I can remember, I have always had a camera, though I didn't get my first DSLR until July 2010. My very first camera was a green and black 110 film camera that my mom got for me by mailing in UPCs from Dole. It had Alvin & the Chipmunks on it. Since then, I have always had a camera. However, I rarely got my film developed. One of the best Christmas gifts I have ever received came many years ago when my mom had found my box of film under my bed and had every roll developed for me. Some of the rolls had been in that box for many years... it was like opening a time capsule.
In March of 2011, I had the opportunity to travel to Mexico where I shot my first wedding.
It was at that point that I decided I could potentially turn this into a fabulous career! I wanted to learn as much as I could about photography. I have spent (and still spend) countless hours reading books, online articles, videos, etc... but most importantly, practicing and learning from my images.
One of the things I love most about photography is that it ties in very closely to another of my favorite hobbies-
I am an avid scrapbooker. I strongly dislike the idea of leaving images locked on a hard drive or in a photo box. They are too precious to leave hidden... they are memories you want to keep forever... so why not keep them displayed in a scrapbook album?! If you are interested in getting your pictures out of a box or hard drive and into a scrapbook album, visit my Stampin' Up! website
-I'd be more than happy to share with you the wholesome enjoyment of scrapbooking (and card making!). My hobbies really help define who I have grown to be, and without sounding too conceited, I'm proud of who that person has become.