I found my start in photography during my high school years. Often, I could be found working or assisting in the darkroom. I appreciated the outlet that photography offered me. I would often turn to that outlet well into adulthood. After moving to Washington, I decided to take action to turn my photography dream into a viable career.
My goal is to make my clients look and, more importantly, feel amazing. I love being able to inspire that feeling.My favorite types of shoots are glamor, boudoir, family, maternity, couples, and children. Basically, anything fueled by love; love for others or for one's self.Product shoots allow for me to truly take my time and devote myself to each detail. It is an almost zen like activity for me.
I am in love with Marymoor Park. I have a few other locations spread about King County but Marymoor tends to have a wide variety of location options. I also have a home studio.See Portfolio & Book
I blame my grandfather. When I was very young I became fascinated with his slideshows of various Alaska salmon fishing trips. I loved how meticulous he was with his prized cameras. Besides my grandfather teaching me about light, exposure and composition, he also taught me the value of photography. That it was far more than a means to capture memories. It was a way to create a connection and evoke emotion among people.
I truly enjoy photographing weddings. There a many special moments that happen on that day and I get to have a front row seat capturing all of that for the bride and groom. So many times a bride will look at the photographs after the wedding and not even realize something that I captured with the camera had even occurred. I also love pet photography â€¦well, just because I love animals!
I like seeking out those spots in Seattle that havenâ€™t been over-photographed. Especially if it is a location that speaks to the history of the area â€“ an old loft, a vintage sign, a hand set brick road.See Portfolio & Book
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
We have a ball coming up and would like to get pictures of the crowd
All high-resolution digitals