My journey into
I have loved photography since I was a little girl. From old disposable film cameras to Wal-Mart point-and-shoot cameras and crappy cell-phone pics and editing apps. Then, in 2013, I took a Black and White Film class in college and I was hooked. You see, I have always been the creative type (drawing, painting, interior design, DIY-ing... you name it), so spending all those hours in the dark room, working with tangible photographs, really showed me a different side of photography. A side that is now the very foundation of my style & skillset.
While in college at Morehead State University I studied abroad twice; the first time being in Berlin, Germany, studying German Language & Studio Art & the second time in Paris, France, where I studied Digital Photography & the History Of Photography. It goes without saying that my time abroad also plays a huge roll in my style. The romanticism of Paris, the whimsicalness of small cobblestone streets in small Italian villages, and the rawness of a morning stroll in the crisp air, all alone, in a country you've never been to- it all shows up somewhere in my work.