I’m a commercial fashion and lifestyle photographer who helps companies link their brands to exceptional imagery. I’m based on the West coast of the U.S., but I shoot all over. If you’d like to talk about your project, you can reach me here.
I was raised in Toronto on a steady diet of the arts, ballet classes, theater school and museum visits. It’s no surprise I chose to pursue a career as a photographer.
After earning a degree from the University of Toronto, I worked in the film and TV industry. Eventually deciding to focus on still imagery, I studied at the Parsons School of Design in NYC. Lured by California, I moved to San Francisco after graduation.
It’s been several years, but I suppose it’s fair to say I’m still living in the West Coast that I dreamed about. My photographic style moves from ethereal, beautifully lit fashion to warm, expressive lifestyle — and whether I’m shooting in New York, London, Paris, or the desert, I’m always interested in how women experience themselves and their world when they are in exquisite places.
I’m also interested in trying to leave the world a better place than I found it. I do quite a bit of pro bono photography for causes that I care about, including volunteering, safe cosmetics, cancer research, and eco-fashion. Organizations I’ve worked with have included VolunteerMatch, Taproot Foundation, Marin Cancer Project, and the Mission Neighborhood Health Clinic. Have a cause that needs beautiful imagery? Let’s talk.
When not making lovely pictures, I can be found in the Oakland Hills with my husband and my Manx cat, Benny.
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