Welcome to my little corner of the world, where I freeze moments and paint stories with my camera. I’m so stoked to have you here, and I can’t wait to share my journey with you.
My story began in the most magical way — with the birth of my daughter. It’s like my life suddenly clicked into focus, not just as a mom (which, let’s be honest, is a whole new universe of love and chaos), but also as a photographer with a fresh outlook. Love has this way of gifting us a whole new set of eyes, don’t you think? Suddenly, the simplest things became a symphony of beauty, and that’s when the shutterbug in me woke up.
Since that life-changing moment, I’ve been on a wild ride, capturing everything I can’t get enough of — families wrapped in love, the glow of maternity that’s like the beginning of a lifelong adventure, those tiny miracle bundles known as newborns, and oh-so-much more.
You know, there was a time when you’d find me flaunting my skills in ads and magazine layouts — that’s where I really polished up my technical game. But here’s the juicy part: my heart discovered its true jam with families. There’s this incredibly unique thing about capturing raw emotions, the way they overflow naturally, unscripted, and oh-so-beautiful.
And you know what truly makes my heart skip a beat? When I see my work hanging proudly on the walls of my amazing clients. There’s this indescribable feeling of contributing to their story, creating a treasure trove of memories that’ll journey through generations. It’s like I’m part of their tapestry, and it’s a privilege I never take for granted.
So, here’s to freezing time, to capturing laughter and quirks, and to weaving stories that’ll be told for years to come. Thanks for stopping by, friend. Can’t wait to show you around my world one snapshot at a time.
The Storytelling Photographer
“Love in the Time of Cholera”
“The froth of days”
“The Heart’s Invisible Furies”
Erich Maria Remarque
Ray Douglas Bradbury
A Good Year
Meet Joe Black
The Grand Budapest Hotel