"What you can actually see in my photographs is less important to me than how they make you feel."
If our memories are our most precious assets, then what we capture, and how we capture it, are critical parts of the process! I am honored that my clients entrust me to help them with their memories, and in the same way, to capture the brands of my commercial clients. My ultimate goal is to help my clients collect a lifetime of beautiful moments and find ways to keep those moments in their lives- whether they have photos I captured for them in a personalized photo shoot, prints from my fine art collection, or even if they need assistance with the photographs they took themselves.
A bit more about me is below. For info on photo shoots, click "details" above!
Photo by Victoria Gloria.
I've had the great fortune to be able to spend a fair amount of time traveling, and am always amazed by the variety of cultures, languages, foods, and scenery. I always try to capture a bit of it wherever I go. I'm currently in Paris for several months, absorbing the City of Lights through my eyes- and my lens.
I've always been incredibly curious-- it's occasionally gotten me into trouble, but it's usually just the quiet voice that encourages me to try something new or go somewhere I've never been before. It's my curiosity that helps me push my work to the next level.
At the heart of it all is my own family; I am married and have three kids. As a mom, I want desperately for my own kids to feel connected to their past, as well as cherish the moments they are living right now, and use photography to do that.
I love good food & wine... and the experiences that generally go with them (family & friends, beautiful locations, etc.). In fact, whenever I describe my work to people, I almost always correlate it back food! :) Don't believe me? Check out the info page and you'll see what I mean!
I believe women who wear BLACK lead the most colorful lives. I believe COURAGE is grace under pressure. I believe in keeping your heels, head & STANDARDS high... Oh, and I absolutely believe well behaved girls rarely MAKE HISTORY! :)