With three kids of my own, I’ve been there. I know what it’s like to realize that every little moment is fleeting and that our life as a family is constantly evolving. I want to help you freeze these moments in time, highlighting all of the sweet and quirky details that make your family unique.
I was once asked, If I had a superpower, what would it be? My superpower would be Time Travel. That would give me the ability to control the nature of time. Go back in time, fast forward and/or slow down time whenever I liked. I’d probably revisit the day our kids were born or meet my husband for the first time in high school. Not the ability to go back and change anything, but more so to feel a few things twice. In a way, photography gives us that power.
I’m married to my high school sweetheart and mama to at least one little twin, I’m the chocolate-loving, children-loving, baby photographer extraordinaire. I attended the College of Charleston and have a bachelor of science degree in business which comes in handy daily!! I love handling the business side of my job, being very task-orientated and working with sweet families is an added bonus!! I worked commercially for Rubbermaid for a few years and later decided to branch out with my own photography business. I now specialize in newborn photography but love capturing all ages—especially one year olds. Who doesn’t love a one-year-old?
My camera and my kids aren’t the only things that make me who I am. My creative fire is fueled by a passion for the 80’s, southern living, and that nightly piece of chocolate that I hide from my three beautiful babies. I am so grateful for all of these things in my life because they help me be a better photographer and they inspire me—just like you.
PHOTOGRAPHING NEWBORNS, BABIES, EXPECTING MOTHERS, AND FAMILIES IN ALPHARETTA, GEORGIA AND THE SURROUNDING ATLANTA AREA.
“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
– Aaron Siskind