I am so excited and humbled, just knowing that you’re here, dreaming about the images that will soon hang on the walls of your home.
To me, photography is more than an art — it’s a craft that stirs creativity, documents emotions and turns a fleeting moment into a tangible, lifelong memory.
Please, I invite you to explore my site, follow along on Instagram and just get acquainted. Trust is the first step in working with a photographer and I hope you find that here.
I’m a photographer in Phoenix, AZ who specializes in film and digital. I focus on maternity, boudoir, and couple portraits. I’ve found that film is distinct and has an elevated look with breathtaking creamy elements that so many of my clients are looking for today.
Although film is a core part of my aesthetic, I've found that it's the subject — you — that matters most. You should feel like yourself during the session. That’s how we capture the genuine emotions that make you obsess over the final photos. I can promise that laughter is one of the requirements during our time together! You can count on me to ease your nerves and help with posing, making sure that you feel your best, and therefore look your best too.
I grew up in Northern California, but was convinced to move here in my early 20s when a friend invited me to visit. Little did I know that I would fall in love — soon packing everything I could fit into my car, plus my dog, and moving out here. Since then, my roots have expanded — earning my bachelor’s degree, meeting my husband and raising our two beautiful daughters here. I am in love with the place I get to call home.
Being a mother is the most important thing in my life. I don't just want to be a good mom, but I want to be a mom that my girls are proud of. I hope to inspire them to follow their dreams. It's important to me to show my girls that their mama followed her passion for creating art and turned it into a dream job.
I always feel like I need something in my life to feed my creative side. Prior to discovering photography, I could feel that something was missing and spent my time in all things crafts — jewelry, soap and even crocheting. I still love a good crafty Pinterest fail, but finally feel like my passions have a home in photography.
Exercising is something I have grown to love. It really gives me the clarity I need to straighten out the many ideas, projects and deadlines that fill my mind. For that one hour a day, breaking away and focusing on me is often just what I need to reset and stay focused.
I seriously tried to foster a dog and completely failed — adopting Russell, the cutest little pit bull/poodle mix. He is such a unique and cool pup. I fell hard and didn’t want to see him go! I’m guilty of dressing him up with a little bow tie collar and putting together his own trendy photoshoots.