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"Moments in your life are so very precious."
Everyone has moments in their lives that are so touching, so precious, the mental images are burned into memory. For me, those moments are the “firsts” I experienced with my children, the playful times spent with beloved pets, and the memorable instants spent with loved ones who are now passed. We cherish those kinds of precious memories because they are now gone and will never happen exactly that way again.
“Capturing those moments is remarkable.”
Sometimes we capture moments in time on purpose and sometimes by accident. Often times, they are captured on our phones, and as we all know, those images are sometimes subject to unexpected loss. At Imagine If Photography, we’ve dedicated ourselves to learning new ways of capturing a fragment of time that will forever be preserved. Beautiful photography allows us to share those special moments with others, today and for years to come. It is our commitment to utilize our insights, talents, and experience to help you capture and, more importantly, preserve your most precious memories.
“Preserving those moments is priceless!”
It is a fact that we will most likely outlive our beloved pets and there is no more fitting occasion than now to do something to capture and preserve those memories. In our line of work, there is no greater pleasure than to hear emotion or to see tears of joy resulting from taking a single instant in time and capturing some characteristic which depicts that precious pet. These carefully and lovingly preserved moments help us remember all we can about our pet and what they meant to us.
Beginning in the late 1990’s Pam Meyers discovered her love of photography while following the dance pursuits of her youngest daughter. Pam’s experiences with her daughter’s love of dance had given her an edge to learning how to capture “peak movements” in a performance. She took this experience and applied it to capturing precious moments in other people’s lives, dedicating herself to education and training to perfect her craft.
“Working with me and my oldest daughter, Shandelle, has been described as ‘a lot of fun,’ a description I hold in the highest regard. It has always been my philosophy to first and foremost love what I do, have fun doing what I love, love the people I work with, and let the rest take care of itself.” This philosophy toward her works has allowed her and Shandelle to meet the most wonderful people, often times developing relationships that continue for years.
Pam and Shandelle carry the desire to create emotional reactions in all their work for each and every client they serve. Their primary focus today centers around pet portraits, but they still enjoy capturing moments in special events for those clients with whom they’ve developed those special relationships. “Our clients are much more than customers of photography; they are our friends!”
Over the years, two special rescues came into their lives. "Cleo taught us how to love so deeply and now that she's gone, she has left a void we cannot describe. She was the one who taught us what rescued really means." A year after Cleo passed, Puma entered and then left far too soon. Both these dogs certainly left an imprint on their lives and paw prints on their hearts.
In the fall of 2011, Pam was asked to participate in a program to help further the cause of helping other rescued pets find forever homes. That simple invitation opened a new world for them, and that cause has been the driving force behind their dedication to photographing all pets, documenting that special something that pets bring into people’s lives. Today they regularly photograph people’s pets as their primary business focus but continue to contribute to the causes of so many organizations who rescue unwanted and abused pets. “We dedicate our efforts to Cleo and Puma in their memory.”