I believe whole heartedly in vulnerability and prioritize that in my work - both from my subjects and also from myself in every session.
I want to capture this moment in time - specifically, this queer moment that is happening in Seattle. As a queer person, I aim to tell the stories of the queer folks around me. The artists, the weirdos, the femmes and the softboys. I want to document this moment and let the world know that we were here. That we are here, and no matter how scary or dim the political climate may get we all are a source of light and power with stories to share.
The heart of my work is collaboration and trust. I want to use my tools and gifts to help bring your vision to life and create an image that shows the world who you are.
I was born and raised in Virginia, and moved to Seattle in 2013. Through my connections in the drag and burlesque worlds I have grown into my own career as a full-time artist. I am humbled by the support I've received so far and am so excited to continue to grow.
I am available for studio portraits, headshots, events, wedding, family portraits, photobooths, and more.
I am currently working as the Photographer in Residence at Miss Indigo Blue's Academy of Burlesque in Seattle, WA and have the honor of being the collaborative partner of INGA, Miss Exotic World 2018.
You can read a bit about me here at the Academy of Burlesque's blog!
To learn more about my personal story, check out this podcast I did with fellow Seattle photographer Dylan M Austin!