During our time together, I immerse myself in your life and you are the single and most important thing on my mind. I believe that my clients are beautiful, gracious, kind and fun. I fall in love with you.
Nothing makes me happier than to hear you say “I just can’t stop looking at my images.”
Your happiness is truly my happiness.
A Boston native, I studied Psychology at Hobart & William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. Upon graduation, after a year of “finding myself” on the tennis court and at the gym, I landed in high tech just before the dot.com boom. I spent 13 of my 15 year technology career at IBM, primarily focusing on organization design around Education and Learning. During this time, I completed my Masters in Business Management at the F.W. Olin School of Management at Babson College.
Sometime around 2005, I picked up a camera and never put it down. I participated in both formal and informal technical and artistic training and mastered a style of photography best described as authentic, timeless, lifestyle portraiture. Combining my artistic abilities with my business acumen, I created a business plan that would allow me to gracefully exit the world of technology and embark on a journey of my own as a professional photographer.
I built a large clientèle of discerning clients who value quality of goods and services, performance, professionalism and long-lasting relationships. Fifty percent of my clients are referrals from other clients and the majority of her clients return to me year after year. Most important, I offer my services to various non-profits and provides sessions to families who have been impacted by cancer or who have exceptional adoption experiences.
I live in Topsfield, Massachusetts, with my husband Owen, our children Christofer (6) and Janey (4), and our dog Brighton. When I am not observing and documenting life from behind the lens, I am always on the move, trying to motivate myself, starting and half-finishing endless amounts of projects, and figuring out “what’s next” in a sea of color coded digital sticky notes. Finally, I like to gather friends, as often as I can, around my kitchen table for good food, good wine and good cheer.