The Story of a Photographer

I am a storyteller. An old soul. My goal is to create the safest, most transparent environment for you to be yourself. I don't want to create the moment, I want to capture the one that already exists. The one you've spent a lifetime creating.

Me.

I'm a minimalist. Terrible with words. I speak best through, melodies and emotion. I can handle just about everything thrown my way. I tend to go against the pressures of this secular culture, because I believe as long as we are living up to the expectations of the One true God, there's nothing we shouldn't do or be.

I'm terrified of flying, but love traveling. Say 'road trip" and I'm in! I hate putting away laundry. Not due to laziness. Quite the opposite. I mean, who can't think of a million other things to do with that time? I love beauty, but in its most natural form. I'm personally not a huge fan of makeup, fashion or jewelry, but I have a great team for that sort of thing. A person of good soul and character win best-dressed in my book any day. I'm inspired by children and encouraged by love. I cry in every church service and at every birth and wedding I attend. It's God. I tend to be a point A to point B person, but my kids are teaching me every day to stop and smell the roses. I believe whole-heartedly in the risen Savior and the Bible is fact. I hate perfection, but absolutely thrive on progress.

I've never kept a single plant alive but I'm somehow a mother of 2 prospering children. I'm addicted to chapstick. My life is messy, but my heart is not. It's my lifelong commitment and desire to raise my children up transparent and honest in an otherwise beautiful, yet failing world.

Some of my favorite things are coffee, smoothies, Sunday naps, babies, children, corporate worship, football, NASCAR, music, sweat pants and of course photography.

Now it's my turn to get to know you! It would be my joy to journey this season with you! Click the 'Contact Me' button below and let's have that next cup of joe together.

“There is beauty in simplicity.”