What better way to spend a lovely spring day than taking pictures of the Smith family in Central Park! Though little Ellie had trouble opening her gorgeous blue eyes on that sunny day, I had a great time snapping some sweet family photos. Below are a few of my favorites.
This year, my friends and I stayed in the lovely town of Bridgewater, VA. We enjoyed a week of relaxation, pretending to be elderly people (no joke – this was one of our pastimes), and taking in the fresh, cool air of a surprisingly chilly break.
Six years ago, I visited this cathedral for the first time. The architecture both overwhelmed and inspired me. It was here that I decided I wanted to be a photographer. I was thankful for a fun day with friends and family as we explored the place that is so special
I had the privilege of doing my first proposal shoot. It was so exciting to be a part of this special moment. What started out as a normal engagement shoot ended with a very exciting and touching moment. Congratulations to Nicole and Cody!
I had the incredible opportunity to travel to Honduras in July. While there, I met many new people and became immersed in the culture. I was also able to capture some photos, which are shown below.
It was such a joy to accompany my friend Maddy and be a second shooter at Hannah and Bruce’s wedding. Not only were Hannah and Bruce great to work with, but the atmosphere of the whole event exuded happiness and life. My task was to capture details and candids and below are
For our final for Photography III, we were instructed to create 4 images around a theme of our choosing to include in a final show, entitled “54.”. Below is my artist’s statement describing my images. The fear of being judged will often hinder us from speaking our minds and sharing