Hi there! I’m Ashley Lansford; photographer, proud wife to a fireman, and mom to two sweet little cotton-top boys. Born and raised near Dallas, Texas. I am very much a Southern Belle and believe in true Southern Hospitality. If i'm not taking pictures you can probably find me doing crafts with the boys or turning an empty diaper box into a race car ramp, but not before reading our "Jesus Book" as my toddler says and saying our prayers over white powder donuts.
The goal in purchasing my first "real" camera was to document cherished family moments, but a deep-rooted passion unleashed. I sought to learn advanced techniques and relished in putting my skills to use capturing moments for other people. I have continued to foster this passion and more than ever, I hope to use photography to inspire others, to show life’s deeper meaning, and prove that faith and dreams are real.
After several years of working in the sales and hospitality industry, I took a huge leap of faith and decided to follow my calling for photography. It was a difficult decision, but I have never looked back. God’s faithfulness continues to show me He has greater plans in store than I could have ever imagined for myself.
No two exact moments will ever be the same and as the years pass, we all become a little more busy making precious moment’s fly by a little faster than we might have hoped. Over the past few years I’ve learned that time is by far one of life’s most valuable gifts. It can‘t be repackaged, it can’t be reversed, and you can‘t order more at checkout. We’re all given time, some have a shorter amount than others but everyone is equally cherished. I’ve lost some close friends and family members in recent years and each time I’m reminded the value of time. With my husband previously military and now who works as a fireman, we’ve definitely learned to appreciate and treasure the time we have together. I believe this is why I’m so passionate about "capturing our history" with all the details that go along with it and not to let years go by without photographs to tell where we’ve been or what we’ve done.