My work is focused mostly on portrait photography but that isn’t all I enjoy photographing. I love to play around in landscape photography and taking artistic approaches to things I find in nature.
When we travel and set out to explore places I always try to look at things from a different perspective than I normally do. I try to take a picture that articulates what I was seeing. Sometimes it takes a couple of tries to get my camera to “see” what I see.
Here is a collection of images I have taken on our many adventures. Things that just interested me, intrigued me, or I felt drawn to, or they represent the things I love. There is nothing perfect about these or even that fantastic of a shot, probably, but they were fun to take and it gives me an opportunity to be creative in a different way.
I hope you enjoy scrolling through my collection.
This image was taken in my own backyard when I got my first macro lens. I found a total love for macro photography after getting that lens. I LOVE the way the focus pops off the background and the background is so blurry and subtle.
While shooting a family session I notices the base of this fallen down tree had a heart at the end of it. Little things like this bring me joy.
Todd and I took a drive up to Wonder Valley Ranch just for fun and we came across this old abandoned barn. I just loved it!
While on a hike at the coast we came across this huge spider web. A little too much time was I spent trying to capture it so it could be seen on camera.
There is just something so fascinating about trees, especially moss covered branches.
I LOVE the California missions. It is my goal to visit all 21 of them. They are just beautiful to me.
While hiking around Cambria I loved the formation of the sand and the lines. The following images are random things I shot while on our walk