Connecting with you is what unleashes my ability to tell your story through masterful imagery. It’s the reason I love what I do. You’ll see what I mean and feel it too!
If we are nothing else, let’s be kind. Kind to others, and just as importantly, kind to ourselves. To be photographed is to engage in a vulnerable act, the outcome of which you should hold tight to and love.
Earning your trust is vital to my joy as an artist and my success as a small business owner. It's my privilege to capture the important moments in your life. Living up to my promises is as important to me as it is to you.
This gig is entirely about communication. We start with a meet + greet and end with visual storytelling. An open line of communication along the way is key to getting exactly what you want – just like in any healthy relationship, it's mutually beneficial!
I crave organic relationships that make me laugh till my sides ache and new experiences that remind me I’m alive and loving life! Storytelling through photography is an awesome source of pleasure for me and I want my clients to share in it.
In high school, I loved observing from behind the lens. I participated in public shows and won some notable awards.
AFTER GRADUATING, I MOVED BACK TO COLORADO TO STUDY PHOTOGRAPHY + BE CLOSE TO THE MOUNTAINS AND FAMILY.
I TOOK MY PORTFOLIO AND WALKED INTO A PROMINENT PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO AND GOT MYSELF A JOB. TALK ABOUT EXPERIENCE!
I returned to school to include graphic design with the goal of starting my own business + making art a permanent part of my professional life.
I took the leap of faith and embraced my talent and my future amid the 2020 pandemic. Freedom + empowerment!
IN PROGRESS: THE LAUNCH OF BOHEME FOX'S DESIGN WEBSITE!
I sat down and the photographer draped a dirty, unstylish shawl over my shoulders. He didn’t say hello, he didn’t confirm my name.
I was not offered images to preview and I didn’t get to select the one of me for the senior yearbook – the one that would immortalize me there forever. There was no editing of youthful blemishes, no attempt to salvage my image: self, public, or otherwise.
As I grew my skill and became a photographer, I kept in mind how unpleasant and disappointing that experience was. All along I have known that I would strive to save the people I photograph from suffering such a negative experience.
My mission, my passion, is to foster a connection with you so you have a connection to your photographs and love every part of your experience – not just the final product.