If you are here you’re probably taking a break from life and enjoying a few moments to yourself (with a Starbucks in hand if you’re lucky! or maybe a glass of wine if it’s after bedtime!). You’re an amazing mom but understand you can’t do it all and are okay with that. You know what’s important. You’re grateful for the many blessings in your life but you’re probably a little tired too. You love photography and enjoy taking your own photos but photographing your own children the way you’d like is challenging.
That’s where I come in.
I believe people are inherently interesting, good and beautiful. Especially children. I love kids. No really. I love everything about them. The snotty nosed, demanding, pouty 2-year old? Love that kid. The awkward tween that’s full of spunk. Love that kid too. The baby that’s kept you up all night and just spit up on your shoulder before you left for our session together? Love that kid! (Oh and I have a bunch of experience with children with autism! Love those kids in particular!)
I get kids. And kids are drawn to me. I want to get to know your kids and capture their wonderfulness with my camera.
I love authenticity and strive to capture that in my work. Every session. I do that by leaning into that self-consciousness and getting my subject to drop their guard by engaging with them until that special moment hits and I’m ready with my camera.
To coax a connection and capture it. That’s my photography style.
I choose to reside in gratitude. In every aspect of my life. I believe in hand-written thank you notes.
I believe in personally retouching each image to digitally develop your images the way I pictured it in my mind when I clicked the shutter. I believe in answering my own emails. I believe in working with you to customize your session.
I value my clients and want to provide you with a stress free experience. An experience you can’t wait to tell all your friends about.
I get excited by every session and I can’t wait to work with you. If this resonates with you, let’s talk. Poke around the site. Ask questions. Look at images. Read the blog posts. But make sure to sign up on for my e-newsletter and like my page on Facebook. I want to keep in touch with you!