I’m glad you’re here!
I'm Logan, and I love capturing the beautiful uniqueness of each of my clients! Years from now when the kids are gone and the house is quiet, I want you to look back and remember the beauty of the season you're in right now.
My formal art training began in college where I graduated with a degree in studio art (and biology, which will make more sense in a second). I didn't have a plan for my art degree other than as a creative outlet and stress relief (my engineer Dad was so confused!). My "real plan" was...
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dental school and art was purely for my enjoyment along the way. The Spring and Summer after graduation I worked as a dental assistant until I began dental school at UF in the fall. During my stint as a dental assistant I learned how to make people comfortable in the dental chair, but now realize what great training that was for a photographer. If I can put someone at ease in a dental chair, I can do it anywhere!
I had every intention of becoming a dentist until my oldest daughter came along half way through grad school and changed all of my plans in the most beautiful way. She was my introduction to letting go of control, and two more little girls later, I'm still in training. I am married to my highschool sweetheart, Charles, who is easily the kindest person I've ever met. Besides our girls, we have a mischievious dog, some chickens, and a
renovation project on a 130+ year old house that keeps us busy. Like most moms, I enjoy sneaking chocolate before the kids catch me and going for embarrassingly short runs.
What began as a love of preserving my girls' journey through childhood, grew into a desire to do the same for others. Creating heirlooms that you'll be able to pass down to future generations is central to what I do. True photographic heirlooms have become rare, but all the more precious in our digital world. It is why I walk you through each step of planning for and selecting the perfect archival album or museum quality wall art. I want to tell the story of your family for future generations in a way that words alone cannot.