In addition to wedding photography, I am also an oncology nurse based in Richmond, Virginia. I have a passion for people in both my roles as a photographer, and registered nurse. I feel so lucky to work with amazing humans during some of the most important moments of their lives, and honored that I am trusted to do so in both my careers.
When there’s not a camera in my hand, and I’m not wearing scrubs, I consider myself a self-proclaimed foodie. I love to travel, and explore new places by eating my way through them.
My idea of a perfect evening includes cooking a new recipe I found on Tik Tok, then cuddling up on the couch with all my dogs, a bottle of wine, and shamelessly indulging in a reality TV show.
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I mentioned my dogs before, but I adopted Porter, then Ellie, now add my boyfriend’s dog, Chip, and I think that might officially makes me a Crazy Dog Lady!
Each have their own special personality, and I could not imagine life without these scruffy mutts, and if it was up to me, I’d rescue a hundred more.
Ellie was found at 3lbs, severely emaciated, and hairless due to mange. HEART inc. in Hopewell saved her life, and luckily, she still loves every human she meets!
Her hobbies include perching on the back of the couch cushions like a parrot, sunbathing in any patch of sun she can find, and defending the yard against any squirrel who dare enter it.
Danny “The Dogmation,” was a service dog for one of the patients dearest to my heart. Over the years I cared for my patient, I also bonded with Danny. I am so honored that she trusted me with her best friend.
Danny passed away in February 2021. There wasn’t one person who met Danny that didn’t love him. He truly was the sweetest and most cuddly boy (although, he didn’t know his size), and I miss him every day.
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