Mentors

Paul Butterfield is a photographer from Seattle I met while he was visiting Amsterdam, in 2009. Him and his wife Melody Biringer are owners of the CRAVE Company, empowering women in business. Following them and their passion for Amsterdam, little by little I got to experience their lush lifestyle and get to crave it. There was […]

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“What we vividly imagine, most ardently desire, enthusiastically act upon, must inevitably come to pass” ~ Collin P. Sisson

Studio Space

It’s been fun welcoming you into my home and creating portraits in my living room. I have thoroughly enjoyed sharing my space with you. But sometimes it feels a bit small and photographing families is a bit more difficult in the space. This is why, this year, one of my goals is to find a […]

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Resolutions 2017

 Here are some of my intentions for 2017 for myself and my photography. Put more meaning and emotion into my photographs. Take less photographs to achieve the right one. Make photographs more like paintings. Move to new studio. Remember the purpose of my photographs every day. Define my style as a photographer. Set new professional […]

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Embrace Your True Power

This summer I have photographed a truly inspiring woman, Zelda Hall.  I’ve met her through CRAVE Amsterdam, 7 years ago(!) and we kept in touch via social media. I’ve always admired her as a wise woman of our community as she talks about such important issues in our life. She’s a psychologist and therapist in Amsterdam. […]

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You and Your Daughter

 On October 9th, I’m hosting a fundraiser for The Malala Foundation. I am bringing you 6 coaches (including myself) who are all donating their time to create a memorable, enriching, and fun day to celebrate the mother-daughter bond. The project is in partnership with our beautiful location, The Hoxton Amsterdam. If you are lucky enough […]

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Why not

I have been photographic women for over half a decade. I can now say that I have heard every excuse you can imagine for women not to step in front of the camera. I’m not good enough I don’t look good on camera I need to lose weight before you take photos of me I […]

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