Photographer, quasi-comedian, serial estate sale shopper, your most trusted meme source here to cement your life’s conventional chaos cinematically.
For years, I gave my clients “smile & say cheese” picture perfect frame-worthy photos for the family room. But then I realized, that’s not the kinda photo I want to take because it’s not the kinda memories people in want to remember.
One of my pandemic projects was sorting through all of the old family photos in my mom’s cedar chest. There were tons of albums from before they were married, baby pictures, family vacations, etc. Every photo, every “pose” was all candid. My parents were the same age I am now, and seeing the photos they intentionally chose to take changed my perspective on photography.
People carried a camera with them intentionally, and with only so much film or battery life. They were solely snapping for the memories and not for social media.
That’s what’s missing these days.
My approach is about getting back to cedar chests full of candid memories.
Sometimes I like to travel the world. Sometimes I get the urge to get a new tattoo. But a lot of times, you can catch my husband and I cruising around in our '69 Chevelle, adventuring or looking for new ways to spoil our fur babies. My ideal perfect day is chill AF. It looks like sleeping in, hitting some estate sales (every Friday), watering plants, an afternoon nap, grilling up something fire and ending the night sitting by a campfire in the backyard.
∙ Lucille Ball is an idol of mine. “I love Lucy” was my favorite show as a kid, and I always looked up to her for being a leading female comedian and making being silly & weird something to be admired.
∙ I’ll never pass up a midday nap.
∙ A drumstick blizzard or a slurpee are the only things that will satisfy my sweet tooth from hell.
∙ I’ve always wanted to learn how to play guitar or piano. Maybe someday I'll find time to try ;)