Photography was a big part of my life growing up, but I pursued an adjacent craft as my first career. In seventh grade I started taking printing classes and continued throughout high school, eventually graduating from Western Michigan University with a B.S. in Printing Management. Working with magazine and catalog clients to produce printed material, just as the digital age came to life, provided an interesting perspective on the value of "print." I learned the importance of putting something tangible in the hands of clients and family. Digital files are great for sharing (and I include them with all my print packages) but there's something special about the tactile nature of printed art that doesn't exist in a digital-only medium. That's why my business leans heavily on producing physical works of art to be diplayed in my clients' homes, knowing they will likely be handed down to their children. It would be my honor to produce a work of art for your home.