• Two Friends laughing together at the Missouri Botanical Garden.

    Galentine’s Day Portraits at MoBot

    When Bianca contacted me, she wanted to book a surprise engagement session for her and her fiance. We planned the date and location based on the height of spring foliage at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Six months later Bianca was no longer engaged, but kept the photography session. She brought her best friend. The two explored and laughed and found so much joy together. Nothing is waisted. We have different loves of our life and they can all be celebrated.

  • Bride and groom looking at each other in front of bank vault door

    Honoring Family History: A Wedding at The Noble

    Monica and Jeff were married on a hot day in June. They day was playful and full of happy tears, as vowed to stay best friends, and continue to devote themselves to being a family. The cake and flowers were gifts from family members, and their little bottles of their favorite hot sauce were given out as favors. The Noble has become of my favorite wedding venues in St. Louis. With it’s impeccable light, and brilliant architecture, it provides a myriad of backdrops for the whole wedding day. The art deco charm tied into the elegant feel of the floral arrangements and table decor. Monica and Jeff chose the the…

  • Not Just for Grandma’s Staircase

    I often hear, “ I would get senior photos, but I’m not sure what I would do with them.” Senior photos are not just for grandma’s staircase photo wall anymore. Sending your senior with a range of updated profile pictures, is gift and a tool for them to have in their years after high school. Senior pictures can be used for job applications, internships and head shots for artistic pursuits.  What to expect? I photograph sessions in editorial, candid style. It is a walk and talk photographic interview. Talking about your interests and accomplishments during the session, will bring out your personality and help you feel at ease. Choose from…

  • The Best of 2022

    It may seem like it is a little late for a “Best of 2022” post, but it is not. Sometimes it takes me a month to rest and reflect on the million miles an hour the past year has been. January was filled with celebrations and challenges alike. This winter has been a season to recover and regroup. Looking back on this past year, I am fully aware that I have an incredible life and I get to do incredible things. If there is something that I want to be doing and people I want to be doing it with, I have the ability to plan the thing, and invite…