You HATE scheduling sessions...because, well, it’s a hassle.
You’d rather step on a Lego than plan and shop for coordinating outfits.
You just KNOW your kid is going to have a meltdown the second you get to the location.
You're worried someone WILL snot on your new dress.
You have something more pressing to spend your money on.
What if I had an easy way to get you those photos you want, without the stress?
I've been there too. You’re knee-deep in motherhood, and most of the time you don’t feel photo-ready. You probably have 853,586 photos on your cell phone, but very few of yourself with your kids. You WANT photos, but just the thought of packing snacks, someone throwing a tantrum (maybe your husband?) and just GETTING to the location before one kid kicks the other one...well, no thanks.
And that’s why I want to eliminate all your stress.
There won’t be any rushing or panic after you forget the snacks. No arguments over smiling and posing your kids. And no more hating the process.
Soufflé tootsie roll tart lemon drops brownie macaroon. Gingerbread cotton candy powder toffee chocolate cake gummies chocolate candy. Gingerbread halvah caramels oat cake. Brownie tiramisu chocolate jelly beans bear claw chocolate cake sesame snaps sweet cupcake. Chocolate bar macaroon cookie chocolate sweet danish cookie. Fruitcake cotton candy topping ice cream sweet roll dessert bear claw. Candy cotton candy croissant chocolate muffin.
Why the change? We were ready for something new, but Chicago will always hold my heart.
Becoming a mother has been my greatest blessing and challenge and I want to do my part and make every mom realize that her journey of motherhood is worth remembering.
I fell in love with photography when I was a little girl. I’m an air-head, with a dry sense of humor (because it takes me a while to get the punch lines), and love building relationships.
Originally from Chicago, I relocated to San Diego when I was eight months pregnant with zero family or friends here.
families I'VE DOCUMENTED
LOVING WHAT I DO
years DOCUMENTING MEMORIES FOR MOMS
Years down the line, when your little one is older, I want them to remember what it was like growing up, and I want THEM to KNOW how hard we worked as mothers to get them to where they are.
On the flip side, when your baby is all grown up, I want YOU to remember those in-between moments that are too far in between now that they’re grown. I don’t want you to fish through those old cell phones (that may no longer operate) searching for those photos from the past.
I want you to be remembered NOW because all of those insecurities won’t matter THEN.