I was born and raised here in San Antonio. I spent my childhood summers on horses, mopeds, and waterskis west of town, near Medina Lake.
I've been a student of photography since 1995 when I shot and developed my own film and prints. I've loved reading and writing since elementary school. (Long live the Oxford comma.)
Most of my time is spent with my family: my husband, Abel, my 15 year old son, Julian, and my two year old daughter, Helena aka Mouse. We've got two dogs: Bob, a mini weenie and Reggie, a Labrador. I spend my solo time exercising, gardening, reading, and photographing flowers. (You can keep up with some of that work on my Instagram feed.)
I'm crazy about comedy (British comedy, especially), foreign and indie flicks, dark humor, swimming pools on hot days, iced tea, good books, candor, chocolate, and plants. Not so crazy about elevators, trips to dentist, traffic jams, or itchy tags in my clothes.
Thanks so much for visiting me here!
Traditional family portraits are a classic and always will be; I believe in their power and meaning. Filling the home with photos of our families and friends creates a living tapestry made entirely of love and hope. Our children and loved ones can see how special they are to us--it's written on the walls.
Family is not an important thing. It's everything. -Michael J Fox
Lifestyle photography became a focus for me after my last child was born. I love the formal portraits I have of my family, individually and as a group. But I found myself returning, over and over, to photos of us candid, un-posed, and just totally ourselves. I realized that lifestyle photographs are powerful and I've been hooked since.
The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do. -Andy Warhol