“Monotony is the awful reward of the careful. If you want to change and grow, you need to take risk” – John C. Maxwell
Minnesota based creative portrait photographer specializing in creating magical and dreamy pieces of art that you will hold on to for years to come.
When I think of my photos and my brand, I think of MAGIC! I have always believed deeply in the power of storytelling and imagery and I am so fortunate for the talent of photography to be able to create MAGIC for my clients and leave them with images they get to hold on to for years to come.
And I am so excited that this is my first year that I am offering holiday composite photos! Composites are taking different images and blending them together to create one cohesive image! The images below are all composites and I love creating them.
If you are interested in getting these fun photos for your little ones and for your beautiful family created, please reach out to CONTACT US
I love bringing my creativity to help my corporate clients put their best foot forward!
I love leveraging my creativity to help my corporate clients put their best foot forward at all times! Pictures say so much about you and how you are perceived by the world around! So make sure your photos truly narrate your story in the best way possible!!
Here are a few corporate clients I have worked with for professional headshot photos of their teams.
“It’s our first photoshoot,” said Amy. And those words melted my heart and I was determined to provide them the very best experience I had to offer!
I remember it being a very cold but gorgeous sunny weather kind of a day! The park we shot at was icy all the way. Like scary icy. Like a photographer could easily slip and break a bone with all the equipments she had to carry. But here were the clients, who were nice enough to give the photographer a hand! It was a unique moment!! 🙂
About this photoshoot, what can I say that the pictures cant tell! I just keep getting lucky everytime someone reaches out to me to be a secret photographer for their proposal. I guess it’s a sense of privilege that I feel, to capture two people’s most vulnerable, emotionally charged and happy moments!
“The hangover only lasts a day, but the memories last a lifetime.”
If you have been following me for a while, you know that I have always had a fascination for the roaring 20s era. Why you might ask? Maybe because of my fascination for the fashion of those times? For the glitz and the glam of the people and the parties? For the fact that the time seems no different from what it is today? Maybe its all of that! But what is the most fun for me as a photographer is the ability to be able to recreate those times today!