Finding the Right Photographer: Tips from a Pro
Whether you’re looking for a simple portrait session or searching to document your big day. I fully believe that you can find the photographer of your dreams when you know what you’re looking for. Throw out the thought of cost, we’re not talking money, we’re talking about so much more
4 Ways to Find THE Spot
As a client, the easy way out is to just pick a photographer and let them do the “heavy lifting.” What if I told you that you’re setting yourself up for failure when you do that?
How to know “this shit” is for you
When you see an uninviting or harmful environment, what do you do? Do you sit back and watch? Do you “let someone else do it” because you don’t feel qualified?
LGBTQ+ Terminology for Allies
Where do you go when you don’t know and don’t want to be offensive? What if you hear someone say something you aren’t familiar with? Here is where you build your LGBTQ+ knowledge foundation.
What is L o v e?
“Baby don’t hurt me!” hehehe, get it? Yes? No? Anyway, moving on…. One of the main reasons I got into photography was love. Over the years and even as a little girl, love was always this enchanting thing that you “chased” or in some cases, chased you. As I’m sure
5 Ways to Be an Ally
From a straight ally, it’s important to know your role. I’m no pro but I’ve learned a few things along the way that are pivotal to inclusion for the LGBTQ+ community.
Spiritual vs Religious
Over time, I’ve began to realize how religion and following one comes with so many strings attached. I decided to break free and carve my own path towards a spiritually enriched life.
Motherhood vs Servanthood
Becoming a mother in the military was no easy journey. I realized very quickly that I had to make a choice between serving my country or being the mother I knew my children deserved. After 10 years, a change that big came with a lot of fear and doubt.
From friend to father of my children & everything in between..
The moment I laid eyes on him, I knew he would be mine. It didn’t have to be that day, or even the days afterward but one day. I could feel it.