“What is the little one thinking about? Very wonderful things, no doubt.” – J.G. Holland
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About My Photography Style: I strive to capture the everyday moments, the quirky moments, and the heartwarming moments in an artsy and whimsical way.
Why I Take Photos: I love capturing the real gritty moments and transforming them into artsy ones. Finding the moments and creations that people simply walk by are those in which I find the best photos. I love meeting a fresh newborn, a tired mom, an anxious father, an overexcited toddler sibling, and capturing those raw moments in which they can look back and see the good moments, the shiny ones in which they wish they could relive the past, if just for a minute. Moments in which sparkling happy eyes trump bags under the eyes, moments in which a rough toddler is gentle, moments in which a new dad softens under a tiny newborn daughter’s cool stare. The moments that saturate your heart with peace and love.
What I Specialize in: I specialize in photographing children and families. I enjoy photographing children in outdoor settings and natural lighting, especially when they get to have a good time during the process. I believe children should have fun while being photographed. If you and your child would like to have an enjoyable photo experience, please contact me so we can set up a time and location. Also, if you don’t have the aforementioned child, but still want some awesome photos, contact me anyways!
Photoshoot Details: I take on just a few clients a month: this allows me to enjoy what I do and give your photos the very best attention and care. This also allows me to get your photos to you quicker. Babies and children change so fast so I’d rather you savor the memories sooner than later. For more photoshoot details and questions, please click here.
I look forward to photographing you (plus or minus little ones) soon! FYI, I am Atlanta based.
“For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson.