I grew up in Plymouth, Massachusetts, America’s Hometown. My passion for photography started at a very young age; somewhere between disposable film cameras and many trips to the Walmart photo department, to purchasing my first digital camera, I wanted to take photos of everything. Today, I am a lifestyle photographer who absolutely loves her job and all of the unexpected twists and turns that come with it. I adore the people I meet, the places I go, and the spontaneity in every shoot. From one day to the next, I’m not sure what the work day will have in store, but that variance is what keeps life interesting. The raw moments of everyday life, the fleeting beauty of those in-between moments is where the real opportunity asks to be captured. I want my viewers to relate to my photographs and feel some kind of emotion.
Upon being knocked down for wanting to go to school as a photography major, I later graduated Cum Laude with a BFA in Photography from UMass Dartmouth, I extended my nine month senior thesis project with the Boston Globe where I was published with my story. Following this publication, I later held a private exhibition of my thesis work hosted by WCTV.
I have had additional publications in The Wareham Courier, The Old Colony Memorial, The Sommerville Times, and The Kingston Reporter. Aside from my freelance work, I am currently working on a major project called Bridging the Dream with a financial institution. Aside from my thesis project, this has been one of the most rewarding opportunities to date.
When I am not hiding behind a camera lens or lost in a catalog of endless editing, my love for adventure and the great outdoors is surely where you will find me. Most of my spare time is spent with my horse whether it be trail riding or camping. If I'm not there, hopefully I am surrounded by good company at the dinner table in the little log cabin I like to call home.