Art and family go hand and hand in my daily life. After first studying black and white film photography in Florence, Italy in 2003, I was hooked on taking pictures. Making the switch to digital photography fit right into my collegiate background in graphic design.
Since picking up my first digital SLR Canon camera, I have had the privilege of sharing more than 50 weddings over the years with couples all over the Puget Sound area. I have been invited to share precious moments in the lives of families as they welcome babies into the world. Photography is art that captures a moment and forever seals the emotion it shares. My children are my greatest inspiration. I know that each day they turn one day older than the last, and these are precious moments always worth capturing in a photograph.
I work from home as a writer and photographer and love my full-time job: mommy. I enjoy volunteering at the local elementary school to teach the next generation of artists the power of creativity. I have two books available online: Portraits of the Toughest Job in the Army and The Monsters in Daddy’s Duffle Bag. Both are available at online retailers such as amazon.com.
A portion of the royalties from my book sales goes to support organizations that help military families such as the Fisher House Foundation.