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I’m a photographer, copywriter, brand designer, homebody at heart planted in Columbus, Ohio serving kind humans who are confident in their normal. My mugs hold hot chocolate, my weakness is words, my socks never match and I want to be your friend.

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I can’t say enough about the owner of Well Within, Wholistic Care Collective – Melinda Slagle. She is kind-hearted, determined, and the best at what she does. When I first moved to Ohio, she barely knew me and booked me for a photoshoot with her family and I ended up living with her sweet mom, […]

Are you trying to take pictures of your kids at home so you never forget this peaceful, snuggly quarantine time? *sly emoji* Oh, definitely, me too. First off, I’m a huge advocate of enjoying the moment. We’re not about the post-a-photo-or-it-didn’t-happen life, BUT I’m also a huge advocate of taking and printing your photos so […]

Here’s what I love about photographing families (and yes, this is from weeks ago before craziness hit the world) – each home and each interaction is completely different. I can’t use the same pose, the same prompt, or the same feeling in two spaces no matter how many similarities there are. I was invited a […]

Quick Iphone editing hacks tips and tricks

Ready to spice up the bajillions of photos stored on your phone? GREAT! Rapid fire tips to edit and uplevel the thousands of photos just sitting on your phone (copies and copies of the same photos, people), so clear ‘em out, choose your favorites and open your favorite editing app (even Instagram) to work on […]

MORE of these humans, please! Jon and I met Sam and Autumn at Pathways Camp a few years ago and every year for one week we got to watch their sweet relationship grow. Sam has been one of the high capacity leaders I lean on during the week to lead activities (mostly for those pesky […]

Jon has this ridiculous habit that makes me want to lock him in a closet and play “Baby Shark” on repeat until he cries. He will change the words in a song I love ever so slightly and sing it constantly until it seeps into my subconscious making me sing it his way from then […]