What inspired you to become a photographer?
I chose to make my life about family photography because I wanted the opportunity to freeze in time the best things in life: love, joy and family. And I wanted to show people that there is a natural and authentic way to capture families and children to create soulful photography.
How would you characterize your style?
My style is bright and clean, spirited and loving. I strive to create portraits that feel like a flash of love and joy. I want my work to feel natural, easy and beautiful. And most importantly, I want my work to make my clients see the love and joy they feel when they are with their children.
Who are your clients and what should they expect?
My clients are tightly knit families that know that life’s greatest treasures are the relationships they share with each other. They appreciate art and authenticity. They don’t like posing because it’s a plasticky, weird thing to do.
Anything else to share?
My clients have moments when they’re hugging or kissing their children and think “Gosh…I wish I had that on film.” And what they should expect when they’re working with me is just that; to have love captured on film.