Specializing in capturing memories of families, high school seniors, children, and pets.

About Me

Growing up, my mother was constantly taking photographs (and still does) – it clearly must have rubbed off on me! I have always leaned toward the creative side whether it has been in music, figure skating, designing through scrapbooking or web design, or my photography.  In 2010, I realized I wanted photography to become an even bigger part of my life.  I find myself enamored with photographing just about anything: landscapes, still life, animals, but most of all people. Before moving out of Providence to North Attleboro, I took advantage of living in the city with Rhode Island School of Design right at my doorstep and received my Certificate in Digital Photography in 2012.

For me, photography is a way to capture the special moments in life and relive the memories of loved ones. With so much nowadays being purely digital, I firmly believe it is still important to have beautiful portraits and heirlooms for your home which can ultimately be passed down in your family for future generations. Now that I am a mother myself, I know how imperative it is capture these special moments so that I can then share them with my son when he’s older.

I have a passion for many other things as well!

I am a mother to my son Connor who was born in late 2015. He is our pride and joy!

I am a cat lover and my husband and I currently have a Siamese named Jing. I have grown up with cats my entire life.

I have been figure skating for over 20 years and currently coach children of all ages how to skate.

I love summer trips to Martha’s Vineyard. I spent many summers growing up there.

I taught elementary music for 3 years and I still love working with children to help them appreciate various forms of art. I enjoy working with kids and teenagers through any means possible, especially in my photography.

 

If you are considering booking a session, I would love to hear from you! Just select “Contact” at the top menu of this page to get in touch with me.

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