My name is Aleynie, the face behind the camera. Here's a bit about me..
I am so glad you stopped by to check out my page! Ever since I can remember, I have always had a passion for taking pictures. Being able to look back on memories and moments captured is one of my favorite things to do. Pictures with loved ones passed on, with family during the holidays, of sports games and events. For me, pictures are little treasures with large value. They give us the ability to capture a moment in time. Moments; one of the few things that are almost impossible to reproduce. Photography allows us to capture those moments that are impossible to reproduce and give them to people to cherish forever. When I started taking pictures for fun, I realized how I would also come to cherish providing those moments for people. That's when A Full Cup began.
A Full Cup became my motto a few years ago. It started out as a saying I've heard before but never really understood. Though as I learn and grow through each passing year, I try to take 1 or 2 key points I've learned from the prior year. "You can't pour from an empty glass." We've all heard it, but what did it mean? To me, I learned the meaning when I was going through a rough patch in my life. Something I have held onto as my motto for the past few years... if you want to want to pour wine into a glass, you can't poor from an empty bottle. If you want to to