The girl behind the camera

While I’ve loved taking pictures since I was little, I’ve never been the one that constantly has a camera around her neck. This habit will occasionally find me exclaiming, “I wish I had my camera!” but I have no intention of changing it. Why? I love living life. And that’s what I want to capture in your pictures: You loving life. Posed? Yes, but hopefully not entirely. Natural and yourself? That’s the goal. Explore around the site and see if my work fits you!

The memories I love, the moments I cherish with my family are what drive the pictures I take and the way I take them.



Your family is as unique as a fingerprint. Your pictures should be a unique gallery to reflect that, not standard or generic. It should reflect the personalities you call family and what your family likes to do. We’re not just going to take pictures; we’re going to make some memories.


Celebrating new life from in utero through the first year: Rejoicing in the life growing inside of you; lullabying your newborn; loving each moment of that fast-changing first year.


Twelve years of twelve levels of hard work. A world of possibilities awaits. Totally worth celebrating.


The day you say, “I do.” There are moments you’ll never forget. There are details that you won’t have time to absorb. It all should be captured.

The naturally captured style

Naturally Captured Photography style is all wrapped up in the name. Natural, because you’re interacting and doing, not just sitting and sticking on a smile. Natural, because you’re not wondering what you should be doing. Natural, because you’re having fun and we’re keeping it casual. Natural, because I work the natural light to optimize how good you look. Natural, because the post-editing style is light and real-life. Natural, to remind yourself in all the tomorrows of what life was like TODAY.

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Hunter {Newborn}

If the victory flag I wave over 1-year-old's sessions is grounded in adaptability, then I have a confession to make: the very photography ground I walk on is adaptability. When I realized that a certain pose, method, or idea doesn't look good or work well for every...

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Ember {1 Year}

I've been pretty excited to get this blue-eyed package of spunk in for her 1-year session! She graced my studio this time last year when we could count on her little baby fingers how many days she'd been in the world. Since her mom is a personal friend, I've been able...

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Harper {1 Year}

It's really too bad a person can't remember being 1 year old. Back when there was no need to put forward a "good face." Other than some shyness, nothing held the feelings back. If something made you curious, you investigated it. Okay, it passed the finger test, now...

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Happy clients say:

“I cannot stop smiling!!! You nailed it again! Even with my monster toddler. They’re perfect!” – Alisson Shea



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