capturing the moments that are unforgettable.
I believe when my clients hire me, they are hiring me for my ability to tell their story though my lens. Being a professional wedding photographer it means I take the time to create a storyline for my clients that will be truly magical. I want my clients to look back on one of the biggest days of their lives and relive each and every moment. Every couple deserves their fairytale wedding. I will make sure your wedding is documented in the most beautiful way possible. If it requires me to insert myself in order to make a genuine moment happen, that's what I will.
Once upon a time, when I was very young, I picked up a camera and never wanted to put it down. All of the work I do is inspired by capturing each precious moment. I’m not in it for the simple, pretty images; I want your emotions, feelings, and details to be eternally captured in the photograph. I make an emotional connection with my clients to the extent I feel like I’ve known them my whole life. I’m so happy that many of them have become my friends.
I have a travel bug. I feel anxious if I stay at home for too long. I love to explore new places and learn about different cultures. It’s always interesting to meet new people and hear their unique, powerful story. I love sunsets and sunrises, the ocean, cake, and relaxing woods. Also, I am a hugger. I love giving hugs to people! Don’t be surprised to get one when we meet.
I enjoy the beauty of nature, the love my husband has for our two beautiful daughters, the enjoyment of a delicious cake, the exhausting feeling of a workout, and the gratitude of my clients when they see their photos for the first time.
More then a job, photography is my passion. The elegance of the images I create fills my heart. My style of photography is often noted for its softness and beautiful light but in particular it’s warm, bright, and its authenticity of it's colors.
"ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL EFFECTS OF LIVING YOUR PASSIONS IS THAT IT INSPIRES OTHERS TO LIVE THEIR OWN."
My first SLR camera was a used film canon which I bought in college. I took it with me to University of Washington; and as I got my degree in Biochemistry, I found myself taking photos of everything from university events to landscapes of Seattle. After college, while working as a Chemist, I continued developing my skills as a photographer by taking photos of friends throughout Washington and then I was asked to photograph a wedding for a friend. Wedding photography combined what I had been photographing my whole life: Portraits, photojournalism of events, landscape, music, and capturing the most important and elusive element of any good photo: emotion. I was hooked from that first wedding, and I wont stop.