While shooting for the MGM Springfield project, I told one of the plumbers that my photo of him was the “shot of the day”. He asked if he could have a copy & I said, “of course, give me your number.” He then handed me this 2x4.
I appreciate thoughtful design & stunning architecture but I most enjoy photographing the tradespeople in the process of making a place. People using their hands to create make for the best images whether it's the concrete crew plodding through hardening mud, Tyeka the kick-ass carpenter-mom working through the 2nd Nor’easter of the week, or the plumber who gave me his number on a piece of scrap wood.
Determining the final use for an image ahead of time is crucial so while planning our shoot strategy, we will collaborate to ensure that the images we capture accurately reflect your needs. Whether it’s for a billboard, international publication, fine art display, web-site branding, or custom framed prints for over your mantle, I have both the experience and the tenacity to get the job done right the first time. In fact, I have been known to sacrifice clothing & sustain flesh wounds to get the perfect shot.
When I am not in a hard hat & safety vest on a lift, I am a mother of 2 girls & try to make volunteering a priority. I support organizations with my photography that assist women and children: Dress for Success, the YWCA and the Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange.
I am also involved in infertility support and advocacy after our own decade-long struggle to become parents. Learn more here about my work with Resolve New England to help those struggling with infertility.