Hey there! I'm Jessica! Welcome to the "Behind the Camera" page where I get to tell you a little about me! Not only am I the wife to a wonderful husband and the mother of a handsome son, I am also a full time, small business owner in Bartlett, Tennessee. I recently relocated to this area from Corinth, Mississippi! I am so excited about this time in my life and can not wait to meet new people, along with keeping all of those clients in my life that mean so much to me already! I am a photographer who takes great pride in capturing the true spirit and personality of people!
My journey began when I was a little girl watching my Mimi work her magic with a camera. She would capture the most stunning images in the most creative ways, then bring the photos to life in a darkroom. I was more interested in seeing thru the eyes of my Mimi rather than the lens of that machine. I soon began to admire her eye for what she saw in things and people. As I studied and watched, and learned more and more, it all became clear... I was born to do this!
It wasn't until my son was approaching high school, and my life started to twist and turn into new directions, that my passion took flight. It has truly grown into a love of my own, where I can be creative, passionate, invest in people, and be invited into their worlds whether thru a childs eyes, a mothers heart, or the stunning beauty of a new bride. The best part of my job is that I truly love it! It has brought me to a whole new understanding of life and those in it as well as those who make life great.
I hope you enjoy looking at my photos! If you are interested in making an appointment you can contact me by e-mail at email@example.com or call (662)643-5540. Please come back again soon and be sure to tell your friends!
I look forward to entering your special moments and milestones as we take the journey together thru my eyes!
"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever . . . it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything." -Aaron Siskind