a storyteller, observer, cozy sweater lover, partner, mother & friend.
I'm so glad you found my little corner of the world. I believe in serving my couples with compassion, kindness and humanity. My work has given me so many amazing opportunities, from travel to publications etc., But above all of the accolades and after all the fanfare, my biggest accomplishment and highest honor has simply been the privilege serving incredible couples across the U.S. It's truly a gift.
You belong here, no matter who or how you love, or what you look like
When working with me, you can expect me to celebrate you, to encourage you to sit in the moment, to ease you into natural posing while photographing so you don't feel or look uncomfortable, to calmly love on you on your wedding day, quietly taking care of details and documenting your favorite people, and to get down on the dance floor to the always effortless, Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance".
Favorite Wedding Cake
Type 4, Wing 3
Drink of choice
Gin & Tonic w'Lime
Fave Wedding Song
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody"
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The story of how I got to where I am
today is a hard one, full of humanity, joys,
sadness and more. If you have time, settle in
with a cup of coffee (or glass of wine;)) and click below
to read all about it. If you don't have time right now that's OK! No hard feelings, you can find the short version as you scroll below!
Interested in learning more about me?
C'mon in, let me tell you a story
Getting married?! I would be honored to celebrate with you and document your sweet love. More about the Wedding Experience with me can be found HERE
Not your typical approach to boudoir. Together we'll create beautiful romantic portraits of you that empower, transform and show you the brilliance that was you all along. You can find more information HERE
These beautiful motherhood sessions focus on relationship, touch and intimacy between you and your sweet babes. You can find more information about my unique approach HERE
Your photos do not belong on your phone.
I'm a firm believer that photos should not live on a screen. Just like your parent's old photo albums that you love, your photos should be printed so future generations can enjoy them.
Your photos should reflect joy, life, connection and love.
They should make you feel something. Should bring you back to that moment in time, should remind you of the way you felt, the way things smelled and all the magical life you've lived.