As with may 30 something’s I have a lot of friends getting married about now. And I love it. A couple weeks ago one of my old room mates Teresa sealed the deal with Damon at her parent’s property just outside of Portland. Teresa, Damon and their family and friends put in a lot of work to make the property look AMAZING! As in they tore down the old house, a lot of work. These two know how to plan a party and I was happy to be able to join in on the fun. It was such a pleasure to be able to share this day with Teresa and Damon and I wish them all the best.
I am a Californian Canadian; I moved to Canada for love (loves name is Kevin) but I still miss having an orange tree in my backyard.
I love my family.
I love my husband.
And I love my dog. Even though he can be bad, he is too cute to resist.
My first camera was a Fischer Price blue and yellow contraption that I only remember using to photograph Yosemite when I was seven years old; and I might be making that age up.
I found my love for photography in a basement bar in Japan, when I met a man named Carlos.
I broke my leg on a zip line and have had to have three knee operations as a result. Recovering from these operations was the most boring part of my life, though I did read a lot and watched way too much trashy tv.
The best use of my Psychology degree is people watching; I like to make up stories for myself about people I don't know.
I like telling stories with my camera; my stories and your stories.
I think I might be invisible. My reasoning? I am almost never able to set off motion sensor toilets at airports.
I am a photographer for people who want to capture the love in their life. The love for their partners, families and pets.
I am available to shoot worldwide and have a special on travel rates to the Bay Area of California.