My love for photography began when I was in college and I took a fabulous trip around the world. From that moment, I knew that I wanted to visually convey my experiences to people who were not able to be there. To this day, I remain excited with each new assignment that comes my way. I am fortunate that my profession brings me into contact with people in all walks of life—each with a story to tell. Whether I am photographing the Secretary of State or my 2-year old next-door neighbor, I am equally excited to convey the message and to translate the emotions into vibrant, meaningful images. My goal is to capture the feelings of the moment –whether it be passion, love or empathy—the goal is to feel it.
Being a D.C. native, I attended Stone Ridge High School, after which my love of the outdoors drew me to the University of Colorado. Upon graduating from the University of Colorado in Boulder, I traveled extensively throughout the world, loving every moment of the “newness” of it all. When not working, I am either thoroughly enjoying spending time with my two daughters and my husband, playing sports, or tutoring less fortunate students.
I work for many large and small companies and institutions such as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, AT&T, Porter Novelli and Northwestern University; all of which help me to remain fascinated covering the different aspects of what makes our world so alive.