Call me crazy, but I believe that photographs have the power to change the world. I live for the amazing stories I get to tell and the incredible people I get to meet–whether it’s a blushing bride or a child that has survived a civil war. I’m passionate about the photographs I take and the memories that will last a lifetime.
I graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Photojournalism and have since worked for The New York Times, MediaStorm, The Muskegon Chronicle, The Syracuse Post-Standard, and Every Child Ministries. I started my own lifestyle portraiture/wedding photography company, Lime Green Photography, LLC, in 2008 when my friends (with massive student loans) started asking me to shoot their weddings. All of a sudden I had 18 weddings on the calendar, and I somehow became a wedding photographer. I left the journalism world in 2010 to focus on building a client base in North Carolina and haven’t looked back since. I occasionally take freelance work for The New York Times and local magazines, but I truly love the outlet that weddings offer to creatively tell stories and run my own business.