I’m a wedding and senior photographer with a passion for celebrating people’s life adventures.

Over the last 5 years, I've been on a journey of storytelling that's taken me all over the world and taught me to build connections with people from all walks of life. From sunset frolicking with madly-in-love couples, to long life chats with seniors, to teaching Rwandan children to whip and nae nae - the people are the best part of my job.

On an average day, you can find me wearing a black dress, leggings, and mismatched socks. My hair is a mess, my coffee is strong, and my dance moves are embarrassing, but frequent. When I’m not working, you can bet that I’m cuddling my little brothers while looking at pictures of pugs or cuddling my husband-to-be Caleb while watching Parks & Rec.


Top Country on the Bucket List: India

Happy place: the open road

Side hustles: writing and leading an outreach to women in the sex industry

Where I live: my mom’s house with 3 crazy little siblings

Education: Bachelor of Social Work from MSUM (go Dragons!)

Career Goals: tell stories well and kick poverty’s butt

Nestled in downtown Fargo, I spend my work days in a shared space with killer natural light and an abundance of art prints. It's my little biz home and I love it so much that sometimes it becomes a date night spot... oops!

I'd love to host you sometime!

When you come over, I'll snag some amazing pastries from around the corner and have fresh French Press ready to roll. No matter if we're shooting portraits in the studio or are meeting to chat about the details of your wedding day, I'm so excited to hang out!

Social justice is my first love. I'm always looking for ways to use my photography business to support important work being done in the world, but also to bring you along. There is so much joy that comes from giving back, so why keep it to myself?!

Every month, I highlight one amazing nonprofit doing work to alleviate poverty, empower women, and keep kids safe.

10% of the month's revenue goes directly to the featured organization. Together, we get to build a culture of giving back.


Don't be a stranger!

I'd love to hear more about your story and how I could help you tell it well. Introduce yourself - tell me what makes you get excited for life and about all the crazy dreams in your heart! Vulnerability is welcomed here.