I'm honored that you are reading this. Really. With all the photographers out there who write about how passionate they are about capturing the beauty of love, you're sure to find the same stuff here, right? There are far too many fake people in the world. I'm out to change that. So let's be real here...
I love adventure. It could be as tame as crossing the levee and walking down to the river, or as crazy as going hang gliding on the other side of the world. Even though I now live in the city, I'm a wilderness girl at heart. On all of my adventures though, I want to be there with my best friend: my husband, Nick.
Photography is my part time job. Being a wife and mom is my full time job! Right now, we are a family of 4... Nick, me, and our two kiddos, Evangeline and Atticus! I'm at home with my children, so being a stay at home and work from home mama, can be a little crazy!
Watch out. If you make me laugh hard enough, I stop breathing. Yeah, I've sent many gatherings into a panic with my purple face.
I unashamedly march straight to the clearance section of the stores I adore because I love a good deal on high quality clothing, and I'm too cheap to pay full price.
Food is awesome. I married a man who loves to cook... I know, I'm one lucky girl. Grilled shrimp over a bed of creamy bacon risotto - yeeeah!
I love childbirth. I think birth is amazing and beautiful, and I love talking about the whole process. In 2011, I decided to launch Nola Birth Photographer! Find out more here: www.nolabirthphotographer.com
In summer of 2013, I decided to move away from weddings in order to focus more on this passion of birth photography! Growing families is my specialty now, so this site doesn't get the love it used to.
I tend to be a perfectionist. I have to make things just right, far more than I should. It translates to high standards for my work - which is great for you!
Toothpaste, anywhere other than in my mouth in small quantities grosses me out. Seriously... it makes me gag.
I am a cat lover. While my kitty has grown up a bit, and no longer fetches like she used to, she's still pretty cool.
The feeling of fresh grass or even mud swishing between my toes is the best. Being barefoot is awesome (in fact, I even got married barefoot), but hate the feeling of grit on the bottom of my feet when they should be clean.
What's most important that you know about me is that my life is not my own. I'm on this earth, for something much bigger than my own happiness and success. My worthless life has been redeemed by my God and Savior Jesus Christ. I was lost in my sin, but have been made new. A new purpose is before me - to glorify Christ in everything.