I love to capture unforgettable memories for adventurous and creative families, turning them into gorgeous artwork. I personally love a good adventure and believe those experiences are the most important thing we do in life. When I was 18 I hopped on my first plane by myself and moved to New Zealand for 6 months. My husband and I climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro together and hiked through the Thai jungle.
Then we decided to become parents- a whole new kind of adventure. Now we seem to be trying and learning something new every single day as we navigate the waters of a strong-willed daughter and an intensely curious little boy. I'd love to capture the adventures and chaos in your life, whether that be becoming parents for the first time, or stumbling your way through parenthood.
Photo by Jamie Cooke Photography
As a soon-to-be mom of three trained in photojournalism, I help families preserve real memories because I know how quickly the early days of my children's lives faded into hazy memories of sleep deprivation, diapers and baby rolls.
With a passion for connection and living in the moment, I aim to turn your every day moments into gorgeous art, so you can see the beauty in your life displayed in your home. Because when these memories fade, all we're left with is photos, and sometimes an iPhone just won't cut it.
Photo by Kathy Lui Photography
FOOD: Espresso Almond Fudge Ice Cream
BOOK: The Thursday Next Series by Jasper FForde
PLACE I'VE TRAVELLED: Rwanda
TV SHOW I'M BINGEING: Brooklyn99
RESTAURANT: Big Feast Bistro
CAMERA BRAND: Nikon
I spent most of my life thinking I wasn't creative after my Grade 2 teacher suggested a "how to draw" book on my report card. Learning photography at 19 finally changed that.
When I'm in a really good mood I belt out Disney songs at the top of my lungs and dance in the kitchen.
I drink two to three cups of black coffee every day and truly believe I'll just stop functioning without it.
Photo by Jen Pesut Photography