The best moments are captured when you forget there’s a camera around. There’s something magical that happens when you can put your inhibitions aside and step into the realness of the moment. My goal as an artist and visual storyteller is capturing the real and raw moments. It’s the tiny, messy, unapologetic blips that are a true testament to this wonderful life we get to live.

I was born and raised in San Diego, California. But this past year, my family and I took a leap and moved to the Olympic Peninsula. I am now taking a different path in my photography journey and letting my photos tell a new story. I am learning to work with Mother Nature; embracing the rainy seasons, the fall colors, and all of the beauty that it has to offer. Working with local artists, families, and couples has been a wonderful experience and I am beyond grateful for this next chapter in my career.

63 Moons is a tribute to my late father, Eugene Willard Cowell. He had a camera in his hands at all times taking photos of loved ones. His photos always told a story and he typically had one goal in mind, to make people laugh. At 63, he lost his battle with cancer. My business is a tribute to him and his bright soul that will forever shine down on us. One moon for every year he was with us. Learn more at