I believe in real moments and chasing sunsets at the beach. In the kinds of images that remind you of the joy that can be found in the simplest of moments together. I believe in images that are itching to be printed, placed in beautiful frames and hung on walls for years to come.
I’m pretty sure this is the part of my website where I tell you when I started taking photos - or when I purchased my first camera - or how in high school I developed a passion for the arts. I’m not sure any of that matters.
I’m a laid back mom, rarely the “better half” to my husband, and a beach loving photographer.
I’m well versed in Baby Shark, Fortnite and LOL’s. I work overtime to win over groomsmen, non-compliant toddlers and grumpy grandpas.
When I’m not chasing around my crazy tribe, enjoying the weather or finding lost shoes I’m likely behind a screen fine tuning my craft. Photography is always on my mind.
Even with its ups and downs, your life, your story, are beautiful and I can't wait to create images to show that!
I’m all about real moments between loved ones. You won’t find any stiff poses, or awkward hugs around here. I’m a big believer that your images should actually LOOK you! But don't worry, I'll help guide you the whole way so you're not wondering what to do with your hands - awkward!!
There's nothing quite like the beauty of the great outdoors when it comes to taking photos. Whether you are looking for the beach or prefer a park, I'm here for it. Choosing a location that's special to you AND is beautiful is the best of both worlds (but we can work with one or the other, too)!
My addiction started off with dunkin french vanilla light & sweet back in the early 2000's (anyone else!?) and now prefer strong home brewed coffee with a splash of almond milk. But I'm far from picky. I'll drink it all, as long as it's not luke warm.
We didn’t realize we were running fast on the hamster wheel of life until that wheel fell right off the hinges. Dave called me in excruciating pain and said he needed to go to the hospital. The next few weeks are a blur - a standard hospital admission turned into an extended ICU stay where things got progressively worse. Today he’s never been healthier - but we’re both forever changed by that long September when I spent weeks wondering if he’d ever wake up.
It wasn’t sports memorabilia, home decor or baked goods that I brought to the hospital, it was photos. Photos remind us of the strength, courage, and hope that reside in all of us the way few other things can.
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