Seattle-based photographer, music lover, and traveler. Bride whisperer. Co-founder of an organization called C'mon Team! (a tribe of creatives donating our time and talent to make storytelling digital content for non-profits around the world) and a travel site for women called Get Your Travel On.
Weddings and wedding photography-related things. Online presence. Interior Design. Working in teams to create awesome photo and video content. Musical theatre. Staying calm.
I'm hoping to work with more small business owners for whom I can create photo content. I've put together a photography package including headshots and process photos that business owners can use on their websites and social media... a refresh, if you will! Can't wait to get started creating that new content for other creative professionals and go-getters. ALSO looking to connect with nonprofits who need an online facelift... my nonprofit, C'mon Team!, is always looking to partner with organizations to donate our skills to.
Never hope for it more than you work for it.
People who are able to really sell an idea verbally. I'm more of a behind the scenes person, a strategist; I can break down projects into organized tasks all day long, but I'm always wow'd by people who have a very clear vision and the vocabulary and charisma to invite people to get excited about things.
Positivity. For better or for worse, I can pretty much see the bright side in anything and the good in anyone. That trait seems to help me build trust with people, and even turn working relationships into a more personal connection.
there is a large chunk of my memory devoted to showtune lyrics for some reason
How to keep your cool (or should you?) when you're planning your own wedding. And/Or mobile photography tips & tricks for small biz owners