Photography has always been my medium to create, tell stories and share my vision with clients and viewers. I began my career as a wedding photographer, I was enthralled with the fact I got to tell my clients love story in my photographs. I wanted more from wedding photography than just to “document” the day. I wanted to tell their story in the most romantic and unique way with my photography. I drew the most inspiration from my own life, I was in love to the depths of my soul with my husband. Every wedding I photographed I could see the same look on the grooms face as I had seen on my own husband. I watched the bride put on her dress with the same smile as I had. Wedding photography was the greatest parallel in my life and became my greatest passion.
For as much love and happiness I have experienced in my life I have also experienced just as much loss and grief. This is what was the catalyst to begin my fine art photography. Just as I was influenced to tell love stories with photography I was as equally influenced to tell the story of loss. My fine art images began as a form of self expression and my own therapy. I began to share these images and the response has been overwhelming with how many people deeply understand the images and connected with the story. It became a way to channel emotions into tangible art infused with surrealism. Fine art has given me freedom to express things I could of never put into words.