Meet The Team
Brandy, a visual artist at an early age, picked up a camera in 2015 and hasn't looked back. Spending the majority of her earlier years drawing and painting with a strong passion for creating stand-out, colorful work; she always knew she wanted to be in the creative scene in some way. Entering the field of photography has led to this incredible gift of creating still images of art and emotion for people to cherish for years to come.
In 2016, together, Brandy and Wesley sparked the idea to create a photography business after capturing so many of their own adventures. It all made perfect sense and here we are today with an expanding and thriving business!
Brandy has a strong love for the outdoors and exploring new things.
Wesley first picked up photography unknowingly around age 12. Endless disposable cameras filled with photos shot high up in the treetops near his home, of fields, forests and creeks, served as his first real taste for photography. Fast forward to 2006, Wesley entered the Marine Corps. In 2007 he deployed to Iraq as a machine gunner, not forgetting to bring his camera. Multiple SD cards worth of photos shot during his 7 months in Iraq, serve as memories to last the years. In 2010 he deployed to Afghanistan for 12 months, again not forgetting to bring his camera. By the end of 2012 Wesley had been discharged from the Marine Corps, and in 2013 after working odd jobs around Southern California, he and his best friend walked/ hitch-hiked from California to New Hampshire, and once again, never forgetting to bring his camera. It wasn't until 2015 at the age of 27 did Wesley realize/consider himself and actual photographer. In 2016 he and Brandy start Ends of the Earth Innovations, and the rest is history!
Outside of photography, Wesley is an accomplished musician, enjoys nature, hiking, 3D printing, any and all sports (very competitive), Photoshop, his animals and of course, his home.
Sarah K. Marshall
Sarah, a New Hampshire native, picked up a camera for the first time as she enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2018. She served in Australia, Japan, and the U.S. as a combat photographer and videographer. She has received training through the Defense Information School in basic and intermediate level videography. She has a knack for connecting with people and creating an enjoyable and dynamic session experience. She was named the Department of Defense's Military Photographer of the Year for 2020, and Marine Corps Military Photographer of the Year in 2021.
She has been married to her loving husband, Christopher, since 2018 and has two yellow labs named Finn & Scout. She enjoys being outdoors (hiking, kayaking, etc.), marksmanship, and playing a mean game of fetch with her doggos.
Kevin has been filming weddings for 6 years now, which all started with a simple idea of filming his best friend’s wedding to see how it would work. At the time, Kevin was still considering a lot of different opportunities in the video production world, having recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in film. He knew nothing about the world of weddings, but still thought it would be fun to tackle this challenge. Well, 6 years have passed and here we are, loving every second of it. Kevin also works in video production outside of weddings, loves to hike, brew his own beer, and is a self proclaimed movie nerd.