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MY BACKGROUND

Thanks for your interest in my work! Here's a little background information about me and my passion for photography.

My photographic journey began when I was a child growing up in the Detroit suburbs. I adored flipping through old family albums, consumed by the magical nature of the photograph. Each image told me a story - truths and emotions of my family, and mysteries solved by my imagination. I became obsessed with these keepsakes; sparking my passion for photography. Since then I've sought to master the art of keeping precious memories alive to bring to the future and share with others.  

I developed my foundation for photography through various classes at the University of Michigan while I earned my bachelor's degree. After graduating in 1994 I spent a year as a photo assistant with two leading Detroit-area commercial photographers. In 1995 I moved to Fairfield County Connecticut and continued to study photography at SUNY Purchase. In 2007 I started my portrait photography business.

I have continued to fine tune my skills by completing several photography classes through the Clickin Moms Click Photo School (Newborn Photography, Photoshop Fundamentals and Lightroom Fundamentals), The Milky Way Newborn + Maternity Retreat, and Heidi Hope's Artist Rising Workshop, and Meg Bitton Live to name a few.  

 

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CT Newborn, Maternity, Baby Photographer
Cos Cob, Riverside, Old Greenwich, Greenwich, Byram, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Rowayton, Norwalk, Wilton, Westport, Rye, Rye Brook, Harrison, Armonk, Bedford, North Castle, Pound Ridge

 

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