I believe that good photography is a balance between memory and interpretation, sight and vision. As an anthropologist, my curiosity lies in the behind the scenes of the sought after static images. By focusing on the process and movement, I aim to help my clients capture the intimate, honest, and taken-for-granted details of their lives and familial co-becomings. Those quiet moments before you think I might be taking your picture, grandparents wiping baby's drool in preparation for the photoshoot, or uncooperative children. I also simply prefer documenting over directing and love the challenge of making the most of whatever lighting situation I walk into. Shadows, grit, boredom and discontent all inspire me.