I’m a born-and-raised California girl who’s traded in the West Coast for the Mountain West. I love having adventures with my husband and two kids, and living in Billings, Montana has been one of our biggest ones yet!
When I’m not photographing weddings and families, you can find me building lego spaceships, reading, or eating salsa.
1. I’m married to a wonderfully kind Canadian (Brent) and have two mini-me’s that run around my house and throw all the folded laundry on the ground.
2. I love to cook! I grew up with a French chef for a dad so family meals could get a little extravagant. Favorite foods: gnocchi, roasted chicken, home made pasta, soups of every variety, pineapple sorbet.
3. I studied English at university. Minored in Political Science and Communications.
4. I spent a good chunk of my childhood in show business. I was on a variety of productions like Dharma and Greg, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Deep Impact, and more.
5. I love salsa. When I say I love salsa I mean I make large quantities of salsa weekly. I even judge restaurants almost purely based on how good their salsa is. One of my favorite salsas has been at Pearly’s Beach Eats in Clearwater Beach, FL.
6. I’m half French. My mom immigrated with her family when she was 5. On my dad’s side we are as American as can be with ancestors who first came to America in 1610.
7. On a related note, one of my favorite hobbies is doing my own family history, and helping others with theirs. When I have time.
8. My Favorite holidays are Thanksgiving and Fourth of July.
9. Brent and I went to Europe after he finished his undergrad. For three months we took trains from the UK to Romania to Oslo and back to France. We are still tired.
10. I play the drums. I currently have a Roland electronic kit that is more often play by my 2-year-old than by me. I’m always up for a jam session!
I only take a limited number of weddings and portrait sessions every year. Check out my investment page and get in touch so I can get you on my calendar!
"The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do.”
— Andy Warhol