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I’m five foot two, and I want to photograph you. It’s really that simple!

Based in Spokane, I travel throughout the Pacific Northwest for weddings, portraits, private events, and more. You’ll usually find me with a bag of Haribo gummy bears or a chai tea in hand. There are a zillion books on my kindle, and nearly as many on my bookshelves. I wholeheartedly support marriage equality for everyone, no matter your race, religion, or gender. I want you to know me well enough that you can trust me, heart and soul, with your memories. Because those memories are special. That means I’m here for you wedding day, and all the moments that come afterwards – the little things that are really big things too, like babies, puppies, new jobs or big moves. My background is in photojournalism, so I pose you for portraits, but I’m shooting candid, natural photos all day. I want you to have photos that reflect who you are – not what’s trending on Pinterest.

Hermione Granger is my hero, Gonzaga basketball is my favorite time of year, and if I’m not working, I’m traveling the world with my handsome husband or teaching my puppy that fetch means he brings the ball back to me. I live in a 1902 “farmhouse in the city” with my husband (the accountant), our cat (the diva), and our puppy (the goofball), which we’re slowly renovating. In my spare time I’m reading, roasting marshmallows, and researching plane tickets. I have a degree in European Studies, I speak German and Czech fluently, and someday, I’m going to move to Berlin.

I love love, and I want to know your story. Contact me today.



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Also seen on the web at: Inland Mama, and A Red Ember

Additionally featured in print: GONZAGA: The Magazine of Gonzaga University (Fall 2014), Spokane | CDA Woman (May-June 2014), the Methow Valley Vows