Growing up, I often observed my mom document our family's memories with a camcorder. Something about that caught my attention, so I bought my first camera in seventh grade, just to give it a try. Eight years and countless photos later, I still use a camera to preserve memories and tell stories; except now, I do it for a living.
I don't say this proudly or flippantly. It's a great privilege to be trusted by friends and strangers alike to tell their story with photos. Whether it's bringing a brand to life with a lookbook or taking wedding photos that a couple will one day show their grandkids, I am so grateful for the work I do. If you're reading this, there's a good chance you know me, and a greater chance that you don't. Whoever you are, know this:
Your story matters.
Let's tell it together.