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Photography was something that I always found interest in. Growing up, my father and grandfather both owned digital cameras. I would find any reason that I could to create some sort of "Photo shoot" with family and friends using my grandfather's gear. Sometimes, using myself as the muse! At age 20, I decided that I wanted to try modeling. It sounded great at the time, but I quickly realized that I had no passion for posing. I began finding more interest in what my photographer was doing with his gear, or in Photoshop. My photographer would give me quick lessons in editing in Photoshop during our sessions. I'd then go home and try to replicate the lessons on my own and I fell in love. So much that In May of 2015, I purchased a Canon Rebel T3 in a nearby consignment shop that was practically new and my life changed.

With the click of the first shutter, I knew that this was something that I wanted to do. I tested the waters with all sorts of photography. But the genres that lit fire in my heart were lifestyle, weddings, and engagements. I absolutely love capturing details, emotion, and happiness.



Weddings are all encompassing and you never know what amazing moment you will capture along the way. From that unexpected smile from mom and dad watching their child join their soulmate in matrimony. To the tears of happiness shed from the bride as she walks down the aisle to meet her soon to be husband.

I find myself crying at pretty much every wedding I shoot. I totally get lost in the moment and I adore seeing the bride and groom interact. Those tender, raw emotions are the ultimate and make my job worth it in every way.

   Photography has enabled me to do what I love and still be a mother to my daughter who is my entire life. I get to travel to places I've never experienced, meet awesome people who trust my creative vision to capture their life changing times and memories. There is no other job in this world that I'd rather do. Documenting love, families growing, and moment to cherish forever.




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