If you're here you probably want to get to know me a little better, so here we go!
I am one of those creative types that loves to learn how to do a little bit of everything. And I mean everything! I received my BS in Home and Family Living and a Hebrew minor from BYU in 2009. I worked at two different floral shops between 2009 and 2010. I started a videography business in Utah in 2011, filming primarily LDS weddings. After moving to the East Coast in 2012, I started photographing friends and family. In the past few years I have slowly started to specialize in newborns--I just love how they are so soft and smell so good! It's baby therapy! After my husband graduated with his PhD in Acoustics in 2016 we moved to the Bay Area for his work.
Other than photography I love arranging flowers, cooking and traveling, especially if I'm cooking authentic Italian food while traveling in Italy! I have three adorable kids who are often the subject of my photos.
I am full time mom to four and part time artist. My own babies come first so I offer a limited number of sessions per month. If you are an expectant mother please contact me as soon as you can so we can start planning your customized newborn or maternity portrait session. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in my efforts to maintain a healthy balance between my work and family life.
I currently specialize in Newborn, Baby, Maternity, and Family Portrait Photography. I would especially love to talk to you about incorporating a new hand rendered digital painting style into my newborn, maternity, child or family portrait sessions.
I take the safety of the babies I photograph very seriously. I have had training from both a newborn physiologist and a registered neonatal nurse (who specializes in neonatal guidelines as a consultant for the government). The training covered newborn physiology, reflexes and safety as well as the best practices when handling a newborn baby in a variety of photographic poses.
I look forward to working with you soon!
For this child I prayed "