Sharon says, “My love of photography began when I received my first camera for my birthday at age 10. It was a 110 film instamatic, with the 10 flash cube sticks. I was intrigued at the ability to capture scenes and moments.
In my teen years, I was always the high schooler with the camera, taking pictures of all the kids hanging out at school or at parties. After I got my first job when I was 15, I immediately bought a Canon point and shoot camera. But as an adult, I went to work for a bank not realizing I was destined for photography.
After I had my son in my mid-twenties I did not want to return to a conventional workplace and schedule. I said goodbye to my old 9-5 job and began a new life assisting photographers at a big wedding studio on weekends. Now I am an experienced professional wedding photographer, thriving on the unique challenges of this type of photography.”