I grew up with a love for art, but I didn't pick up a camera until I was 30. I had a great job in the legal field and thought I would retire there.
But God had other plans for my life and I fell in love with photography.
I fell in love with documenting milestones as well the mundane.
A year and a half after I bought my first camera, I quit my corporate job and started photographing babies first breaths, brides walking down aisles to their future husbands, toddlers taking their first steps and high school seniors, ready to graduate.
16 years later and I'm still in love with documenting life. Whether it's defining life events, such as wedding days, engagements and secret proposals, and high school seniors getting ready to graduate or seemingly small moments, like those yearly family photos that serve as a reminder of how much your child has grown, documenting memories has become my life's work.
My job is life-giving and I'm honored to make a living providing clients (who often become friends) beautiful memories that they will have forever and can pass on to future generations.
In 1998, Noy accepted his first real job out of college. We packed our belongings in a truck and moved from Florida to Colorado and never looked back.
In addition to being a golf course superintendent, Noy is the 2nd shooter of Dawn Sparks Photography. We've been married 27 years and have four beautiful kids that keep us on our toes.
Life is beautiful!