Brides, Bumps & babies Photography
Tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m a creative soul with a gift of a great eye for photography. Love to ride! Love to Ski! Love great food and hanging with solid folks who are witty and smart.
How long have you been riding and what do you ride? 23 years riding. I’ve had 2 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classics stolen concurrently! Been renting Electra Glides… hope to have my own bike again!
What brought you to Colorado? Originally from Chicago, lived in Manhattan Beach, CA for 25 years, now here in Denver 3 years and loving it!
Do you ride in a group, club or independently? Usually in small groups or solo. When by myself, I can really get into it, don’t have to wait for anyone 😉 and can really enjoy being in the wind!
Name a place you would like to ride but haven’t been to yet: I’ve pretty much done the “good” states. 29 of them and Canada all in the summer of 2000 by myself…14,000 miles in all! Hit Sturgis twice, so ummm, maybe Europe!
Tell us a little bit about your business and how long you have been in business: I’ve been a professional photographer since 2004 and have a wide range of photography disciplines as you can see by my 2 business brands.
What does your business specialize in? As I mentioned, I have 2 photography brands that range from weddings and maternity/newborn photography and on to advertising, headshots, lifestyle & architectural.
Name 3 things that you want the biker community to know about you: I go above and beyond your expectations, Fun to work with yet professional too and I am super particular which bodes well for photographs I am taking on your behalf.
Name 3 things that set you apart from your competitors:
Have worked along side arguably the top designers in the world and hey, they’ve rubbed off on me!
I have an engaging and fun personality…once you feel comfortable, the best images come streaming through my lens.
I also have 27 years producing video projects for major brands and their ad agencies which means I know how to produce your shoot too.
Why do you think it is important that bikers support each other’s businesses? We understand each other! I feel there is a built-in trust factor when we refer each other to business owners that ride.