I'm a lifestyle photographer, photo editor, designer, content creator, social media manager and entrepreneur currently based in Baltimore, Maryland. .
I've been in love with the arts (all mediums) since I was a kid and
photography, specifically, since I was 15. I was living on Oahu and took my first photography class. That hobby turned into my passion. I went on to study Photography in college, graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Visual Arts from UMBC.
I have a deep desire to document life through visual storytelling. I've shot and edited for a great variety of projects including commercial, documentary, events, adventure, and pet photography.
As a freelance artist, I've been free to shape my life as I want. I've been many roles, including: owner, operator, brand and graphic designer, marketing director, web designer, product line designer, photographer, and photo editor with an eye for detail. I’ve worked with some amazing individuals and organizations. I believe deeply in creative innovation, teamwork, community, and collaboration.
My goal and mission is to be as creative as possible in everything I endeavor. To work on projects that make my heart go thump thump. To inspire more, explore more, take creative risks and ultimately live more meaningfully.
10 RANDOM FACTS
I love a good cup of coffee to start off my day.
I have a deep connection to animals. Some say I'm part animal.
My brain turns mundane moments into playful comic strips on a daily.
When I'm passionate about a project, I'm like a border collie playing fetch with their tennis ball.
I'm an adventure and fitness junkie... Crossfit, hiking, running, and cycling, keep me extra busy.
Nature is my happy place.
I plan to write a book or two in the near future.
My favorite song is Bob Marley's "Could You Be Loved."
I'm a sucker for a good quote.
This one in particular is a favorite:
"The only people for me are the mad ones: the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who... burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow Roman candles.
- Jack Kerouac