About Me

I’m Heather Wilson and I am a twin mom, twin sister, twin aunt, author and photographer.  Yes I’m a twin and my twin has twins.  I love saying that and I love to drink diet cherry 7/up, play tennis, and dress my twins up in vintage clothes to take their pictures.

I’m ashamed to say I still do not have a baby book. I have a box that I one day hope to organize and turn into a baby book. However, I have been able to document their little lives with my passion of photography.   I am primarily a family and children’s photographer.  I love the innocence of a child, their big imaginations, and to hear them laugh.  I live and breathe for my twins Cooper and Addison who have become my inspiration of photographing children. 

Growing up I had a Grandfather that I dearly loved who introduced me to his passion of photography.  At 8 years old he put a Canon 35mm manual camera in my hands and we began to take pictures together. My Grandfather and I would spend hours taking pictures of old bridges, old barns, flowers and humming birds. Later in High School I joined the journalism team and took pictures for our high school yearbook learning the basics of photography and developing film in the darkroom.  I bought my first DSLR in 2009. After my twins were born I so desired to pick up the camera again and make their lives sing a beautiful song though the pictures I took.  Though the basics of photography did not changed technology has.  To immerse myself in today’s technology I began to take on-line college courses, workshops, mentoring programs and vow to not put my camera down. 

I have always been passionate about photography due to my Pop’s influence in my life and now I am continuing to water the seed he planted so many years ago. I love making memories with the camera and catching moments to look back on and treasure.  My desire is to bring a smile, a tear, or a laugh to you by documenting what matters most.

The saying is so true that the days are long but the years go by so fast. I love the quote by Araon Siskind that says, “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever . . . it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

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