These days, I still love photography but now I find new ways to tell a story other than
( I still love moody self-portraits though)
My high-school photography teacher, Mr. Baltz changed my life by showing me how a camera can become a way to organize & express your reality.
Because of Mr. Baltz I persued photo journalism at Columbia College. Since graduating, I have traveled the world sharing photography with the clients, couples and nonprofits I collaborate with.
I have been photographing weddings for 10 years and spent a lot of that time as one half of F/stop Poetry
I moved to New York City where I began visual storytelling and creating content for nonprofits.
I also started to photograph weddings all over the United States (as well as internationally) under the name Rabbit Hearted Girls.
Now I live in Seattle, where you can find me eating all of the Nutella and trying to reason with my Boston Terrier named Beans.
Digital media maven with five years of social media marketing experience. My work is centered at the intersections of design and social good. I bring an appealing honesty, authenticity, and an original vision to projects by focusing on empathy and compassion. Accomplished creative professional with a proven track record in all aspects of the end-to-end creative process ranging from concept through execution; excellent communicator and collaborator.
A background in photojournalism and creative writing built the foundation to serve nonprofit organizations with the compelling stories and resources needed to strategically engage and deepen relationships with clients, media, funders, donors, and volunteers. Expertise is storytelling, photography, and strategic messaging.
Worked with marketing agencies, nonprofits, publishing companies, influencers and individuals to create photographic content, branding solutions, and social media strategies.
Projects include: branding, photography, ad campaigns, web design, and print marketing.
Taught photography skills to underinvested communities.
Clients include: Penguin Random House, 100Cameras, Craft3, Haiti Street Kids, Cameras for Kids on Pine Ridge, Sa Voix and more.