re·bound[v. ri-bound, ree-bound; n. ree-bound, ri-bound]

1.  to bound or spring back.

2.  to recover, as from ill health or discouragement.

3. Basketball: to gain hold of rebounds: a forward who rebounds well off the offensive board.


Life is full of rebounds of all kinds. My goal is to capture peak action moments, subtle expressions, sparkles in eyes and most importantly sparks of memories that will endure for generations.