When I was nineteen I picked up my very first dslr and started documenting everything I could. Shortly after I started to became heavily invested in taking photographs. Documenting, friends, fashion, families. Shooting for clients, magazines and agencies and of course shooting creatively for myself to feed my creative soul.
A lot of people have watched my work change and grow over the last few years. From creatives, to fashion, weddings, and now family. What a lot of people don't know is that I actually love shooting those in between moments.
As I change and become older I have begun to realize the importance of everyday moments that pass us by. I learned this very quickly when my niece was born. I wanted to document so many parts of her early life. She grows so quickly and I know that I have to take those moment I get with her and make sure that they are somehow locked and sealed in my memory forever. I can do this with my camera.
So, I began picking up my camera more. I always thought that I only had to take images when I had created a mood board or had all of the details completely ready. However, when I began shooting more of my life, my adventures, my travel, my niece and my lover I realized just how much photography means to me. I have been documenting many of those moments of my blog for a few short years now.
I have decided to add a section on my website dedicated to my work with families, children/youth and maternity. Many people may not know that I do shoot this type of work and would love to shoot more of it in the near future.
If you are looking for a shoot with your family that captures your life and the special moments that make up what your family is all about I welcome you to send me an e-mail.
The types of images I create are the ones where you and your family are being who you are within that moment. Leave the props at home and just come out and be yourselves. Live in those special moments as I capture them.
I would love to take images of siblings together in a beautiful flower field on a summers day, an expecting mother with a flower crown on her head or a family building sand castles on the beach and just being who they are.
In a world where there is so much fluff let's strip in back and capture those moments in between.
Some of the work that I have captured for families and friends.