After 10+ wonderful years of photographing weddings, I’ve decided to make this year (2020) my last year photographing weddings so that I’m able to entirely devote myself to the field of mental health and well being.

If you’re looking for recommendations, I’d love to recommend my great friend, Chris Bennett, for wedding photography – He’s super talented, friendly, and deeply committed to the weddings he photographs.

Thank you!


When I was five, I received a Disney Mickey Matic 110 film camera from my parents. Pursuing my passion for making pictures, I graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a BFA in Photojournalism. Since then I’ve had the pleasure of working with Martha Stewart Weddings, The New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, Forbes Magazine, Real Simple, and Runner’s World, to name a few.

Along the journey I photographed in northern Uganda, focusing on A River Blue, a school providing psychosocial counseling and vocational training to vulnerable youth. These photographs were collected by The Library of Congress and The Museum of Modern Art, and raised thousands of dollars for the non-profit organization. I continue to make donations every year to selected not-for-profit organizations like A River Blue, Lives in the Balance, and Partners In Health.

Telling the story of your wedding through photographs and studying to be a Nurse Practitioner became my dream jobs, and for that I’m truly grateful.