I started when I was a freshman in high school. I used to go out everyday at sunset with my sister's camera to shoot the clouds. I loved the way the the sun would spill through them. After that, in my first photography classes, I found a love for working with people. I started to shoot my first fashion photographs. I had always loved the editorial photoshoots in the back of fashion magazines. I love the work of Tim Walker and Roe Ethridge as they bridge the gap between art and commercial work in beautiful ways. I still look to them as inspiration.
I enjoy doing my fashion work the most. I love to collaborate with models, stylists, make-up artists to create spectacular images. Working with a team is of great interest to me. I also enjoy doing headshots very much. I meet so many business professionals, actors, and creatives who are trying to represent themselves in a professional manner. I love helping them achieve this.
My studio is a very artsy shared space in an old warehouse. The space is actually an old dairy production warehouse built in the 60's so it has a lot of character. I love spaces like this that have history. I also love any kind of colorful background. My photos pop with color and that is because I obsess over color relationships. I have shot at many locations around Atlanta. I know the city like the back of my hand.See Portfolio & Book
I got started with photography when I received my first SLR camera (Canon 50d) as a graduation present. I began shooting friends and family. As my experience grew, I began photographing events such as weddings, school portraiture, and galas.
I enjoy weddings, engagements, individuals, and families. I believe my strong suit is working with more than one individual and seeing what their connection is as a whole.
Piedmont Park is always a favorite. There is a little bit of everything - you can feel confident that you're going to get a little bit of urban with nature. Sweetwater Creek is also gorgeous. It's one of my favorite places to hike. Taking a walk through the greenery and viewing the river and the mill ruins is always an enjoyable experience.See Portfolio & Book
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
We have a ball coming up and would like to get pictures of the crowd
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