& this is my attempt to write a bio. 

I’m the girl who grew up designing her own board games out of cardboard and pizza boxes (ask me about Escape from Pizza Mansion) while dreaming of one day working for Milton Bradley. I was the 4 year old who could be entertained for hours with a box of crayons and the Photoshop nerd in middle school. My family instantly regretted (I’m sure) gifting me my first camera on my 12th birthday, because from that moment on their entire lives were documented. Through countless birthday parties and family vacations – thanks to their patience with my constant paparazzi tactics – I mastered the art of anticipating candid laughter. For that I am endlessly grateful.

I’m a walking paradox: a hip-hop ballerina. A dramatic introvert. My family describes me as high-low maintenance. I’m blessed beyond belief to be living my dream job designing and photographing all the pretty things, but my happiest days are spent with family in a warm cabin off in the woods outside the reaches of wifi, cell service or screens. Like you, I work to live, not the other way around and I strive to help you reach your personal work-life balance goals as well. We could all use a little more living in this life!

Wherever you are, be all there.
— My guiding principle
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wouldn’t be caught dead wearing a shirt with buttons
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upon discovering a solid new song, will listen to it on repeat for 48 hours
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always cold. even in summer
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can literally dance for hours without stopping
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pickiest eater you will ever meet
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will word vomit all thrift details upon receiving a compliment on my outfit
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relentlessly optimistic & all-around enthusiast


Our special lil cheez-it.

A phrase once used to describe me