Ever since I was a little girl, I would get caught daydreaming in school. This was me drifting off into a series of thoughts as my teachers talked and tried to get through to us. My only outlet was to draw, which didn't get me in as much trouble as daydreaming did. As an adult, I realize how important it is to keep that element of daydreaming. It translates itself into my photography. As a portrait photographer and daydreaming life lover, when I'm not photographing people, I like to watch movies and cuddle with the bearded man in my life, search out the best tasting recipe, and laugh with my family. You can find me brewing up a hot cup of peppermint tea in either the summer or the winter- I know, so weird, but it's so refreshing!!
I'm not a big of being in front of the camera, although with a baby on the way, I'm going to try to get in the frame more and more. I'm finding that the importance of capturing yourself as you are, is beautiful. That's why I want to have more and more people in front of my camera than ever
- because time is fleeting, you are wonderfully made, and I want to photograph that for you.