About this website

Orignally, this website was going to be used to promote a sideline business of web design, corporate identity, branding, logo design etc. to earn a little extra money for my children.  Then, my whole world changed in the blink of an eye.  Although I always feared it, I never dreamed it would actually happen.

It all began with a phone call I received on January 6, 2016 about a traumatic event that transpired the day before on January 5th.  From that moment on until this very moment I type this intro, my life contines to spiril downward and without the ability for me to control it.

So now, I will use this website to tell my story.  A story of a troubled life and my struggles to achive any form or normalcy.  A story of a life that was doomed from birth.

I only hope there is enough time left to get it done.  For now, continue scrolling down this page for some of the good that I have in my life.

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My Children and Loves of my Life

Jacob Boyd
And His Family

My First Born

Blair Boyd
Passed January 5, 2016

My Daughter

Anthony Marek
First of 4 Adopted Children

My Son

Alexis, Annabelle & Alazay
Sibling Group We Adopted

My Daughters

Why Black & White? 

Black and white adds a timeless, fine-art appeal to an image. In this photograph, the rich tonality and stripped-down palette work in tandem with a long exposure to produce a photo of otherworldly beauty.

Black and white is timeless, but more than that, it transcends reality and transforms an image into a realm that isn’t abstraction, but isn’t reality either. A black-and-white image deconstructs a scene and reduces it to its forms and tones. Distracting colors are recast as subtle shades of gray that add to a composition—at least if the image has what it takes to be rendered in black-and-white.

Black and white describes my life as viewed through my eyes.

B&W Works in Adobe Creative Cloud Suite

Some days are just bad days, that’s all. You have to experience sadness to know happiness, and I remind myself that not every day is going to be a good day, that’s just the way it is!

Dita Von Teese

“Grief is never something you get over. You don’t wake up one morning and say, ‘I’ve conquered that; now I’m moving on.’ It’s something that walks beside you every day. And if you can learn how to manage it and honour the person that you miss, you can take something that is incredibly sad and have some form of positivity.”

Terri Irwin

Grief, the silent killer.

“The risk of love is loss, and the price of loss is grief-but the pain of grief is only a shadow when compared with the pain of never risking love.”

Hilary Stanton Zunin

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