Mira and Jack // Married

Mira and Jack’s wedding was absolutely beautiful, held in the oldest botanical garden in the country, Bartram's Garden. Not only were there pretty details to capture everywhere I pointed my camera, but there was so much love that timeless moments kept happening right in front of my lens.  The love between Mira and Jack, and their family and friends was everywhere. They also had one of the best dance parties I’ve ever photographed. I’m truly honored to be part of this day.


Thank you to Kara Frame for being my second shooter and a rock star photographer. 

Framing Love


I had the privilege of being part of the Framing Love exhibit at THEARC. It was some of the most fun I’ve had all semester. Some pretty amazing people trusted me enough to let me take their portraits. The exhibit was part of collaboration between the Corcoran New Media Students and THEARC community. Another component of the project was to give talented students a disposable camera and tell them to frame the people they love. The results were incredible. The show will be on display until May 26, so go check it out! Thank you Tara Malik,Becky Harlan, and Paul Bothwell for putting together this project.

Morningstars // Durango Co


It was a cold 14-degree day, but the Morningstars were not to be detoured. It was Easton’s first birthday party! To guard against the cold we built a fire, brought blankets, and made hot tea. (Thanks Aldertons!) Even Easton laughed though the cold, a true Colorado boy.

The pictures turned out beautifully! Thanks for making my job easy, you are a beautiful family.

Wild Women and War Paint // Beaver Ponds, CO

Whitney Watts, Annie Brook and myself had been talking about doing a shoot together for about a year now. Spontaneously we decided it finally must be done and planed this shoot in a day. This means coming up with a theme, location and then putting all of clothes we think would work in one big pile.  Luckily Whitney and Annie are two of the most brilliant well-dressed people on the planet so it all fell together quite nicely. It was so much fun tromping around with these two in white war paint. Thank you Annie and Whitney for the good times. 

A Girl and her Horse

My sister, Kristy, and I had wanted to do a shoot with our horses for a long time. So on a day in early spring with high storm clouds we decided the time was perfect. We went to work styling the shoot with a worldly flare. Our dad brought back the beautiful blue woven serape form Guatemala in the late seventies. The scarf was a gift from a good friend upon here return from Kenya Africa. Handmade feather hair piece by Laura Brothers. Shells from Hawaii. The bracelets were from as far away as Belarus, Guatemala, and Mexico. Moccasins from the American west. And a hand crafted turquoise ring from a Navajo jeweler, Herbert Platero.

The horses were their curious selves, the younger ones coming right up to check out the camera and nibble on our clothes. The older ones had a little more spunk, desperately wanting to avoid being ridden. Fortunately we had Riley there to wrangle the ornery ones.

The horses still had on their winter coats, which photographed beautifully. The shoot was an overall success and an all around good time. We were girls again playing dress up with our horses.

Dominique and Marissa

Dominique and Marissa are two charming, beautiful sisters. They come from the land of Texas where they are enjoying being high school seniors. Marissa is a watercolor painter and pianist. Dominique has a passion for people and it shows on her face, especially her smile. I can’t wait to see what these two girls do as they grow and make their way in the world.

A Walker Winter Picnic

I’ve made a lot of memories with the Walker girls. Back from when we first met in high school to being college roommates with Jenny and Stephanie. So when Stephanie asked me to take portraits of her and her family you can imagine my excitement.  Our inspiration was winter picnics and, of course, Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women.  After ravaging our parents houses for picnic essentials and making some of my “oh so delicious” hot chocolate, we headed up the mountain carrying our loot. My Sister Kristy also came along, snapping photographs like a pro; she is quite good with a camera. The whole adventure was a smashing success and produced photographs of which I am most proud.