Specializing in photographing knitwear, portraits and everyday life.
I love taking photos. I am the “Picture Paparazzi”, as my 12 year old son calls me. lol! To me, every day is a great day to photograph something special. My favorite kinds of photos are the ones that make me smile or laugh. Strangely enough, I seem to take mostly serious, “artsy” photos with moodiness or mystery to them. Or, maybe that’s in my own imagination…
In the past, I’ve used a Polaroid camera, disposable cameras (I had such fun with the underwater ones!), an old 35mm film camera, borrowed my husband’s Canon Powershots (one of the first ones that were so heavy and cube-like) and then I was gifted with my very own Canon Powershot SD1000 by my husband (which has been my favorite up until my newest camera). Lately, I’ve used an Instax camera (so cute and fun, but very expensive for film and difficult to get a shot the way I wanted it) and various iPhones (3G, 4S and 5S) to fulfill my daily “picture paparazzi” needs.
At the end of July 2014, I was able to buy my very first DSLR – a Canon Rebel T3 and I love it! The shots are so clear and beautiful. My current goal is to really learn how to use the camera itself and learn how to take stunning photographs…and, speaking of that, I highly recommend Tony Northrup’s book, “How to Create Stunning Digital Photography”. It’s an amazing book with an incredible amount of useful information, how-to-videos and is truly very readable. I’m enjoying it so much right now.
Please feel free to check my other photo sites (see below) for more examples of my work, as well as any other pages on this website. All photographs have been taken by yours truly.
I specialize in knitwear photography, portraits, children, nature and I am looking into boudoir photos for the future. Please contact me if you are interested in arranging a photo session with me.
**Fall/Early Winter SPECIAL** until November 30, 2015: $50 photo session package (includes 1-2 hours for a photo shoot, photo editing and a flash drive with all of your finished photos – with or without watermark – for you to keep.)