I am a young photographer based in Annapolis, Maryland. I’m a girl who loves to spend time with her family and friends, travel, dance, and eat way too much dessert. My love for portrait photography began about 5 years ago and has blossomed into–well… sort of an obsession. I am captivated by life in all its beautiful qualities and am thrilled that I am able to capture moments that can be cherished for a lifetime. My approach to photography is simple– to create unique, beautiful and sincere images of my subjects and of course have fun doing it! I am pursuing my dream of becoming a professional portrait photographer and this blog is just the start! I hope you have a great day and thanks for stopping by.
photo credit: Krysta Howell Photography
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I did this photoshoot the other day with my gorgeous cousin Akira. It was so much fun to work with the water and the pool surroundings in my aunt/uncle’s backyard. I love the colors and subtle light leaks in these film images…hope you enjoy them too!
I have done a couple shoots with Alejandro while in San Diego this summer and I wanted to share a few on the blog today. I love these black and whites! Alejandro is the man behind Adentro Syle and is very talented…you should check him out!
My brother, sister-in-law, and niece came over today and after eating some fish tacos(YUM) that my mother made, we decided to go for a walk up to the water. I grabbed my camera and ended up taking quite a few photos…can you blame me?! SHE IS SO CUTE!!!! anyways, I thought I would share…hope you enjoy them as much as i do!
Stacie and Paco!! What a great couple…they are so full of life and love for each other. I am so lucky that I was able to document this time in their lives! It was a wonderful afternoon the day of our session and we took full advantage of it by walking by the water and around the streets of downtown Annapolis. We even did some salsa dancing We finished up the day at El Torro Bravo, a fantastic mexican restaurant in downtown, where Stacie and Paco are regulars. We enjoyed some tasty food and margaritas (excluding me ha) and all in all had a great time! Thank you so much Stacie and Paco…and I wish you all the best as you continue to get ready for your wedding!
I came across this camera technique called free lensing…It’s where you take a photo with the lens detached from your camera and essentially hold it up in front and tilt the lens for different effects. It makes pictures have very soft focus (bokeh). I took some of these shots today…and it was super exciting to see the results.