“Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same” ―Emily Brontë
From a young age my life was about art in some form or another. Reading and writing was a large part of my childhood and it took me so long to finally allow myself to realize that photography was my calling. That it is actually okay to pursue more than one dream.
This had a lot to do with my fear of what others would think if I pursued a creative career, of what others had to say, of what other peoples opinions were of my art.
It took me far too long to realize that this is what I was made for. That I was absolutely one hundred percent made to be an artist, a creative, a photographer.
My style is a mix of posed and lifestyle imagery! I want to truly show how the memories we capture together are in real life.
I want to give you images that you can hang on your wall and show the beautiful life you have lived with the occasional smiling at the camera portrait that we know Grandma wants to hang on hers.
—Dead Poet Society