I grew up in Ohio surrounded by corn and cattle. It was awesome and taught me everything I know about hard work. After college I moved to Pittsburgh for a ‘creative office job’, where I learned that creative and office job should never be used together to describe what you do for a living.
A few years back I fell hard for a flannel-wearing man named Joe. He is also an artist, but the kind that makes pottery instead of photographs. We live in the Highland Park neighborhood of Pittsburgh and spend a lot of time listening to NPR and eating Thai food.
I can usually be found trying to grow basil in my concrete backyard, going on walks with friends to get away from my computer screen, and drinking cappuccinos out of handmade and homemade ceramic mugs.
My favorite part of wedding photography is the people. I know, you probably thought it was all the cake, but I love getting to know the people I work with. I love walking with them on one of the most meaningful days of their relationship. It is something I feel incredibly honored to do for a living.