I feel truly blessed to be able to follow my dream of being a photographer. I absolutely LOVE what I do! From the time I picked up a camera, I was obsessed with taking pretty pictures. After 12 years, my focus has shifted… I have come to realize that one of the most important parts of my job is telling your story through my lens. If I’m photographing your wedding day, I focus on authentic, natural and real moments. If I’m photographing your senior pictures, your personality and inner beauty will shine through! These are the moments that you will forever cherish and remember. Welcome to the blog. I can’t wait for the opportunity to capture YOU and tell your story!
Meet the bubbly and beautiful, Breanne Gardner, Class of 2020 senior from Metamora Township High School. As a matter of fact, I saw her today and she had a big smile on her face! Want to know why?? She just finished her last day of high school and she is starting at ICC this month!!! Very exciting!
Bre is is currently a CNA at the Eureka Apostolic Christian home and plans on transferring from ICC to the OSF nursing program! Fun fact, Bre is a bee keeper and a talented photographer and loves taking pictures of family and friends! She loved her independent study for black and white photography and learned so much in the class. Her favorite teacher was Mrs. Wisefisher who teaches photography. “She didn’t just help me with photography, but she helped me with different things going on in my life!”
Advice to incoming freshman: “Don’t get caught up with the drama of high school relationships they will most likely end in heart break. Focus on your friendships”
“My perfect day would be spent on the beach with my favorite people followed by a car ride that was heading into the sunset. The day would be filled with my favorite food and drinks!”
Three things on my bucket list: Go skydiving, See the Northern Lights, and Go surfing!
“I am most proud of ending the streak of having 2 b’s every semesters. This semester I ended with only one B.”
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