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A Little About Me

Hi there!!

I appreciate you taking the time to view my work, and thought as a thank you, I'd give you a little information about myself and what makes my soul happy.. 

So here goes...

I'm a wife and mom of two boys located in Upstate New York, who keep me laughing and on my toes. I've been in love with the Wizard of Oz since I was little, and have a sleeve representing the movie tattooed on my right arm. I would describe myself as a laid back, down-to-earth, and to the point kind of person. 

 

Also, if you're looking for "dark & moody" photos, your in the wrong spot. I love light, bright, photos that are dripping with color and intensity, and while I can appreciate the "dark & moody", I can't create it. Not for me. 

 

I now focus on photographing only weddings. While family sessions have such a special place in my heart, I fell in LOVE with photographing weddings a couple of years ago, and haven't turned back since. There is nothing better than being surrounded by people who's hearts are filled with SO much love, and I'm honored I get to be apart of it.

 There is little I won't do to get a shot, which may or may not include me lying on the ground to get that "perfect" shot of littles, standing in the rain to capture an epic moment, or yelling (kindly) during formal family photos on your wedding day so we can capture shots with the ones you love without missing out on the FUN of your day.

Recently engaged and think we may be a good fit? I would love to chat!

Please complete the Inquiry below.

Once your information has been received, I will get back to you with pricing and package information. 

Congratulations and I look forward to hearing from you!

Wedding Inquiry

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"The best thing about a picture is that is never changes, even when the people in it do."- Andy Warhol

"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything."
- Aaron Siskind

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