Thanks for visiting! Let me introduce myself a bit - I'm a serious small business owner with a silly side when it comes to the little ones. Before I started my photography business in 2013 I worked as a developmental psychologist at universities around the country. When my husband and I moved to NY I became a mom and made the decision to switch focus - instead of teaching parent-child attachments I would photograph them! I would be my own boss and embrace this other thing I have always loved - photography. I adore the way kids interact with their adults, and to be honest most adults parenting make me chuckle - I will spend a lot of time laughing with you and your kids during our session. When I take photos of my own family my main purpose is to capture something that is meaningful to me as a wife and mother, but to do it in an artistic and thoughtful way. Not everyone has a photographer in their family, but everyone would love to have meaningful and timeless photos of their family. That is where I come in - I'll share what I do for my family with yours! Click HERE to see some of my work with my own family.
And just for fun, more about me!
- My first camera was used to document my week-long field trip in 4th grade to Fire Island.
- I am quite verbose (if you haven't already picked up on that)
- I am a developmental psychologist and spent a fair amount of my life researching how children develop, or teaching others how to so the same. As a resulted I am pretty talented at connecting with them!
- I almost failed preschool because I couldn't skip. I'm great at chasing toddlers though!
- My great grandmother's emigration record indicates she arrived in Atlantic City to be a photographer
- I love taking pictures of children running away from their grown-ups
- I can never eat enough olives, and love them even more in a martini
- I use photographs and trinkets as my memory bank
- I really love spending time with other people
- I find beauty everywhere, even if it takes some imagination
- I am a strange combination of the ultimate worrier but a hopeless optimist