Category Archives: Blog

Welcome to the blog. Take your time and look around. You should find a lot of love, laughter, and fierceness. Oh and some very righteous celebrations of love! Pull up a seat, get yourself a pop and take it all in slowly.. xoxo

You Are Perfect!

I’ve been thinking a lot about how society impacts womanhood. What is perfection? How does the mass media impact the way women view themselves? Why does the standard definition of “beauty” oftentimes set and unrealistic and unhealthy expectations that very few can achieve? How does being beautiful impact a woman’s perceived worth? Enter: Barbie. Fact:…

St. Louis Maternity Session With Matt & Nicole

I am obsessed with pregnancies. I think maternity is such a beautiful time in the lives of a couple, but particularly for the woman. The idea that she is growing a human being, nourishing and caring for the child inside of her is magical to me. Of course, the “magic” of pregnancy can be explained…

Senegalese Engagement Session

As a wedding photographer, and particularly as a wedding photographer in America, I’ve had the opportunity to document many many American engagements. I love shooting engagement sessions. They are more laid back and less stressful than the wedding day traditionally is. Lately, I’ve been thinking about (my) Senegalese culture and traditions, and how different they…

On Being Fearless

Lately, I’ve had an influx of people asking me how I can be so “fearless.” I’m never sure how to respond, because I’m not really fearless. No one is, and in fact, it’s quite the opposite. I’m the first to admit that I’m scared, especially when it comes to my newest adventure, Expedition Subsahara. I’ve…

A Strong Feminine Touch to Wedding Photography

As a wedding photographer, one question I am asked all the time is whether my second shooters are male or female. To answer: both of them are amazing, fierce women. The question used to seem funny to me, but now I realize that having a male second photographer is really important to some couples. Wedding…