an almondmilk vanilla latte, time spent in the sun, and at least three episodes of Seinfeld before bed.
listening to a true crime podcast, planting flowers in my front yard, making yet another snack for my kids.
San Francisco, deep conversations, any book by Lauren Groff, and my 35mm Pentax.
I intentionally choose not to separate my professional self from these values because I see my work—photography in general—as an opportunity to make the world a more accepting and beautiful place.
I believe that love is love; that black lives matter; that humans are inherently worthy.
The boundary between my personal values and professional work is—and has always been—nonexistent.
I'd be honored to photograph you.