Since I was a little girl, I always remember my Mother having a camera in her hand. I have inherited boxes and boxes of tangible photographs documenting my family's & my journey through life. My Mother captured everything just as it happened. Real life. Real moments. Real time. Those photographs are priceless. They tell stories and capture emotions that words cannot express. One could say she passed the photography gene to me. I've always needed some form of creativity in my life (i.e., sewing, playing instruments, singing, dancing, painting). The bug bit me as a twelve year old girl scout needing to earn a photography badge and then again in high school. The feel of film. The darkroom. A blank piece of photo paper one minute and then a tangible, developed print minutes later.
For me, photography is about capturing the moments in between the moments. It's capturing love and light from different perspectives. It's printing your photographs and filling your walls full of sweet memories. It's a tangible statement in a visual form.
Patient. confident. humorous. adventurous. spontaneous. outgoing. determined. focused.
I am a Canon Shooter
I love to sew
I grew up in Northwestern Wisconsin (Go Packers!)
I believe prints matter
I am a dog lover and have a rescue dog [Newt], who is my world
I love handmade quilts
I enjoy editing as much as I enjoying taking the photographs
I wish clothes lines would come back into style
I like to encourage people to believe in themselves
I love the sound of a thunderstorm and rain
I prefer a tangible pen and paper over electronic devices
I know my directions (north+south+east+west) very well
I love fruit tea
My favorite photographer from history is Dorthea Lange (Depression Era)
There's nothing more beautiful than the glow of an expecting mother
I believe you should create photo albums to pass to the next generation
I dream of going to Ireland, Italy and Iceland one day
Sky diving is on my bucket list
I like a little coffee with my cream
photo of Darcy by Brandy Dawson Photography
photo of Newt by Darcy Ferris Photography