Grandmom | Documentary Photographer | Philadelphia Photographer | East Norriton, PA

We've been a little quiet on social media lately and I really appreciate the support we've received from friends, family, and even clients. Life is precious and the loss of a loved one is never easy. 

I am not unique in the way I loved my Grandmom. I am not the first, nor the last, to say that she was one of the most inspiring women I've ever met. She had a kind of strength and optimism that I've never seen before in anyone. She raised 6 wonderful children who blessed her with (let's be real, I've lost count) a lot of grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and pretty much anyone who found themselves in her home, which was also a lot. She cared for everyone, with open arms, and without judgement. If there's one person you'd feel safe running to, it's Grandmom. If there's one person who could scare the pants off of you with a quick look of disapproval, it's also Grandmom. She was the best story teller, the greatest comedian, and genuinely wise beyond her years (or just the right amount for her years). I consider myself spiritual, not religious, but if there's anyone on earth that truly lived up to the phrase "what would Jesus do?", it was her. I admire her endlessly, as does anyone who was lucky enough to cross paths with her.

I love her, truly.

I miss her, dearly.

I will think of her daily.

I will remember her, always. 


- Colleen