Looking back, as to how I became a photographer is somewhat of a blur to me. As you can see, my skills needed to be developed (ok, puns intended).
As a child I remember being in my father’s advertising studio, watching photo shoots and even being a test model at times (of course an angel). I wish I could say this experience is what moved me to become a photographer, but, honestly it didn’t truly cross my mind until years later, in college. Where I decided to take a photography course and purchased my first camera, a Pentax K1000.
However, after college, I went straight into the corporate world, while just playing with photography on the side. It wasn’t until after seven years of being in the corporate world, I finally decided to pursue photography.
Finally, switching my path to photography full-time, I enrolled at the Art Institute of Colorado. After having the opportunity to work in Georgia (internships with various commercial photographers), Indiana (as a freelance photographer with studio space in the historic Stutz Building) and Maine (the Maine Photographic Workshops as the photo studio manager), I ended up back in Denver, back to the beautiful light and landscape Colorado has to offer.
My passion is food and still life photography. I also enjoy capturing priceless moments from portraits to weddings. Lastly, because photography is my life, and my life is photography; I enjoy working on personal projects of my own! Currently, one that involves having fish as my housemates!
Past Clients Include
- Indianapolis Women Magazine
- Canterbury Hotel
- Make a Wish Foundation
- Styling for Delicious Living Magazine
- WM (Waste Management)
- Indiana University Hoosier Alumni Association
- Broker Agent Magazine
- Ricoh Printing
- Malibu on Maryland Restaurant
- Royal Crest Dairy