But, what if you stopped, turned around and looked at who you were when you sat on that stool, Drill Instructor or Petty Officer whispering sweet threats in your ear, as a photographer took the first most rigid and lifeless military portrait of your career? Are you the same Sailor, Marine, Soldier or Airman?
Whether you are retiring or commissioning, your military milestones are some of the most important moments of your career. It's easy take for granted the lessons one learns throughout their military career. The hustle and bustle of shifting missions and stations; the laser focus on gear and correspondence.
"My portraiture will speak to your soul and bring you closure at one of the most tender moments of your life."
Think of all the deployments, trainings, group selfies, reprimands, command events, practical jokes, uniforms, scuffed boots, sour sock buns and grogs. And then reflect on those comrades you lost, the broken shadows and dark corners. Now, tell me. Can you appreciate those experiences and memories? Can you see the amazingly distinguished and strong service member you have become because of those moments?
This is from where my passion for military comes. Giving you an opportunity to see just who you have become after years of sacrificing your wants and needs for those of others. My portraiture will speak to your soul and bring you closure at one of the most tender moments of your life. You can have a 20-page pamphlet written of all your accomplishments and experiences during your service, but nothing comes close to seeing, actually seeing, who you've become at the end of it.