Are you a morning or evening person?
I am a scary-early morning person. I love to be awake when the world is still and quiet.
Coffee or tea?
Coffee x 1,000
What did you have for lunch yesterday?
Homemade Soup ~ Broccoli, Cheddar and White Bean Mmmmm!
Something that’s overrated:
The word EPIC
Something that’s underrated:
Simplicity. I crave less technology, less processed food, less money spent!
Website/blog(s) you visit daily:
Who is the photographer that inspires you most?
Michelle Anderson – she’s fun, insanely creative, and her sessions are bold and full of love.
Tell us about your very first shoot:
My first shoot was of a friend’s seven-week-old baby. I asked her if I could come over to practice. It resulted in a photograph that not only got into a juried art show in Center City, but won an award and was purchased by a private collector. Looking back, I had no idea what I was doing, but I knew I was on the right track!
What’s the one thing in your bag you’d throw yourself in front of a speeding train for?
Nothing! Materials just aren’t worth it to me.
I am passionate about:
To tweet or not to tweet:
Ughhhhh. I loathe Twitter. I have quit twice. I always come back, but I STINK at updating!
What are the top 5 things on your Photographer’s Wish List?
Oohhhhh! A sweet natural light studio so we do not have to freeze in the winter, a Nikon D3x (drool), Nikon 24-70mm lens, an Epiphan!e Camera Bag (Lola in red), an office complete with a LARGE computer screen—Mac of course.
What do you find most difficult about being a photographer?
All that time behind the computer!
What do you find most rewarding?
Being touched by my amazing clients. They come from all walks of life and have truly inspiring stories. I love to be a part of it all, to document the highest of highs, memories that will be cherished for lifetimes to come.