My interest in photography started all the way back in elementary school. Even then, at still such a young age, I found myself understanding a sense of nostalgia. I always made sure I had a disposable camera with me during school field trips; capturing my friends and our surroundings and adventures. As I grew older, I became both the family photographer and the keeper of all the photos.
In 2006 I began pursuing my dream of a photography career. It has been so rewarding photographing local families and visitors over the last decade. Documenting them reminds me of why I was first drawn to photography and the importance of memory-making with the passage of time.
The beaches of South Walton and 30a have been my home for the last 22 years. I am grateful for the opportunity to raise my family here and work in such a beautiful place.
And now, having children of my own, I see everything through my lens a bit differently. I know how much it means to have those chubby baby legs frozen in time, the giggles captured when dad goes in for the tickle, the photo with your child in your lap who all too soon won’t fit, or last moments as your once-baby now high school senior heads into adulthood. I love witnessing children and families grow in front of my camera year after year.
I look forward to meeting you and capturing you and those you love!