where to begin....


My grandfather was an amateur photographer - my grandmother says he was a horrible photographer because he would always take pictures of people from the waist down, but now I think it was on purpose; his little quirk. As a child, I was surrounded by cameras and photographs. In my teens and well into my twenties, I was always the one with a camera. It wasn't until recently that I fully emerge myself into the art of photography.


Do I love coffee and true crime? Of course, it's an addiction. Mouth-watering, delicious food and champagne *chef's kiss*. But I'm also a little neurotic, an antique lover, serial hobbyist, and big on documentaries. If a movie moves me, I'll dwell on it for a period of time. And if a song evokes any type of emotion, it's on repeat. I'm highly emphatic - inspired by love, film photography, blurry images, vintage vibes and most importantly, genuine human connections. I treasure the small moments and things in life. But enough about me - let's start your brief story in front of the lens


smiling photographer with Sony camera

a photographer who

sees the details | captures raw emotion & takes a non traditional approach