Joseph chilton pearce

"To live a creative life we must first lose the fear of being wrong."

My journey to becoming a Fine Art Wedding photographer isn't unlike most. As a child my mother gifted me with my first film camera. I went outside our country home in rural Wisconsin and burned up that first roll within five minutes time. Luckily mom had given me two rolls, but that too was gone in a flash. A country grown girl, my main subjects growing up were my animals. I'd go around during the summer taking pictures of my horses, bunnies & dogs, gluing the pictures on cardboard to take them into my local county fair. Earning a blue ribbon was easy, peasy when it involved photography. As time went on I continued to enjoy photography as my hobby, capturing friends at horse shows, family and other locations as I traveled.

 In the summer of 2016 I decided to take a leap of faith and chase my dreams of becoming a professional photographer.  I never stop learning, improving and looking for new ways to be the best photographer possible.