How I became a
As a child, I knew that I would be a photographer when I grew up. I studied the art of picture taking at Savannah College of Art and Design and then moved to NYC to work as a photographer. Life happened and I ended up in Charlotte NC about 10 years ago where I had a baby girl of my own and began photographing families and babies here.
Beautiful light, children's laughter,
old photographs, life stories,
warm hugs and anything yellow.
I am a mother, friend,
sister, daughter, yoga teacher
and photographic storyteller.
What is YOUR story?
Why I LOVE
There is authenticity in gesture,
a realness in expression, and beauty in the
LOVE that shines when a family is together.
With the heart of an artist and soul of a documentary photographer, I combine these two facets when photographing families. To me, the most important part of a portrait is the authenticity of the moment and expression.
The Best Thing
is that it never changes,
even when the people in it do.
- Andy Warhol