Professional photographer for small business, large business, and monkey business. Shooting lifestyle marketing photography for products, services, and venues since 2009.  I'm based in Seattle, but also service Dallas, San Fransisco, Portland, Crested Butte, and more. 


About

Fort Worth native, turned NYC grad (I have a Masters in Digital Photography from SVA), officially started my business in Dallas in 2009, and opened up a west coast location in 2016. I travel often for work, especially to Dallas and San Fransisco, but Seattle is my home, and the location of my office and studio. 

The majority of my clients are small business owners, like myself, looking for marketing images of their product, service, venue, or staff. I specialize in photographing life-styled shoots with atmosphere, movement, and participators, all in line with intent and brand guidelines. 

It might surprise you to know that I prefer to chat on the phone or meet in person. You will inspire me just by talking about yourself, your company, or your project.  I look forward to creating with you. 

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100 South King Street (Inside the Pioneer Collective) Seattle WA 98104

 

 

 

Other, more personal, information about me:

I am a mentor and teaching artist at Youth in Focus. Please consider volunteering or donating to this wonderful organization that enriches budding young artists' lives by supplementing public school's lack of well-funded art programs. 

I taught digital photography at UTArlington from 2010-2015, from beginning camera skills all the way to advanced Lightroom and Photoshop integration. I only left teaching this University because I moved to Seattle, I would love to teach at a University again, someday.

I believe that board games and live comedy are the greatest forms of art. I'd rather be drinking barrel aged or sour beer playing games or laughing out loud than in a white walled room full of the other arts. I'm still trying to figure out how to get those in the galleries and museums. You got ideas? I'm all ears.