There is magic in moments and big and small, and that’s what first drew me to photography.
Armed with a newborn and a camera, I found that my life-changing event of becoming a mother also came with the realization the best things in life are precious and fleeting and worthy of being recorded.
Though I had dabbled in the darkroom with photography in high school, it was when I began capturing those everyday photos and those milestone photos of my daughter that I realized how much I needed to express myself as an artist.
When I discovered wedding photography, it was this amazing elixir of everything I love: fine details, beauty, light, and of course, a love story. I was hooked, and I’ve been celebrating love stories with my camera for clients in Idaho, Oregon, and Utah. Based in Boise, but always available for travel adventures!
My background and degree are in Elementary Education, and I have a Master's in Curriculum Development, so being helpful and planning is in my DNA. I’m committed to a Disney-like experience for my couples!
I’m not content to be just a vendor who shows up on your wedding day; I want to be of value to you from start to finish. From helpful tips on how to organize and plan your day to just being someone to bounce ideas off, I’m here for it all and would love to be a resource for you.
The clients who hire me want someone who can help them have the most beautiful and stress-free wedding possible so they can spend their time celebrating with the people they love most in the world.
When my camera is not in my hand, and you’ll probably find me doing my favorite thing, cooking for my amazing husband and our three kids. I’m a wanna-be camper…I love getting away to the mountains and nature, but I’m still not sold on the sleeping outside part.
If you’re looking for a wedding photographer who is passionate about life’s moments, light, and service, I want to talk with you! I want to hear how you imagine your wedding photos so I can exceed all of your expectations. By the time your wedding photos are delivered, I hope we can call each other “friend.”