Hi, My name is Amanda McCollum

I am the eye behind the lens with Rooted in Truth Photography. It is my passion to capture life's moments, both large and small. Taking photo started as a hobby back when I was in high school and you had to send the film off to be developed!! My friends and I would dress up and find locations to take "Glamour Shots." When I had my children, photos continued to be a major part of my life and I added scrapbooking to the list of hobbies. My two boys, Kyler and Korbin, were "camera trained" from birth it seemed. Anytime, a camera was facing them they would stop and pose with a great big smile. Aww the good ole days!! (Those sweet babies are now 16 and 17 years old) Generally speaking I would print (yes PRINT) roughly 250-400 pictures per month for my scrapbooks.

In 2019, Anthony, my husband gifted me a quality Canon for Christmas so that I could take my love of photography to the next level. I have since taken the Canon along with passion and invested in education so that I can be the best photographer I can be. I am continuing to educate myself so that I am always growing. I feel that this is the path that the Lord has for my life and I will embrace it as He leads me.

This business is not just a business but also a ministry. In 2021, I established a program called "Stock the Box" to help give back. There will be more ministry opportunities coming... stay tuned.

Design Team:

Meet Hailee, she is the craft expert behind the scenes working to make sure the props are on point. She is very handy with a glue gun and knows her way around Hobby Lobby better than anyone else. She listens to my ideas and then off she goes, making them a reality.

Design Team

Meet Anthony, not only is he my handsome husband, amazing model, but he is also the carpenter/construction aspect behind the scenes. He takes my ideas and makes it come to life. He can build and construct anything!!! I love his OCD and eye for perfection. He builds then Hailee decorates!

“Abide in ME, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you unless you abide in me.”