16 years ago we joined our lives and became partners on this journey. Not a day goes by that we don’t marvel at how well we're matched. Where one of us is weak the other builds up. We are each others biggest strength. It’s pretty cool to know someone so well, and still learn new facets to their personality, that prove how amazing of a team we are to raise kids, build a home and a business together, and speak into others lives on the value of marriage.
I come from a long line of pie bakers, and I can make a pretty dang good pie. Unfortunately trying to live on a Keto diet hampers my style.
I find fulfillment in making people feel, whether laughing, or crying, or loving. I’m a farm girl with a creative heart who loves food, coffee, music, my family, art, and God.
I’d like to blame our crazy house on Italian roots, alas we’re pretty English and just plain passionate.
I am mom to three artistic, creative, strong willed children - I blame Dean on all accounts. Without them life would be boring. I get a sadistic joy in scaring the crap out of them.
I always thought I’d be telling stories from the “talent” side of the camera. I didn’t know I’d be using my Broadcast Journalism degree as the one filming those stories. Using my skills to make the most beautiful films has been a challenging journey but so fulfilling.
My happy places are on the back of a horse with only the whistle of a gopher to interrupt my thoughts, or drifting on an isolated lake in a pontoon boat with a fly rod.
I love teaching my three kids to play any sport or watch them grow in their artistic skills. Success is seeing your kids bloom in their gifts and talents.
I grew up in the rolling hills near Pincher Creek, Alberta. After moving east of Calgary for High School, I learned how blissfully ignorant I was to the world of cool kids and comparisons.
I always say, if you don’t do something right, then what’s the point of doing it? I pride myself on a job well done. I try to follow this ideal in every area of life.
Most days you’ll find me in the woodworking shop on my parents farm just west of Sundre, where I’m the fourth generation to operate Winters Woodworks. However, my crazy wife has enlisted me more and more as a videographer . You could say the learning curve for the world of film has been a steep one. After 5 years as a second shooter I feel like the education is endless, and we will always have room to grow.