When I was a baby, I always knew what a camera was and what it was for. When I was two, I was able to identify a camera sitting on the table, and say “CHEESE”. When it was time to take the picture, whether I was in the picture or not, I wanted to arrange everyone’s positions. I had a vision and was always excited about the outcome the day they were developed. (Back in the days of film photography). When I got older, and discovered digital photography, I would still look forward to what was captured. People would smile for the camera, but once the picture was taken, they’d stop smiling. I am the one still smiling knowing that THAT moment was captured.

Owner of GShelle Photography

G. MARSHELLE PHILLIPS: SECOND SHOOTER