I believe that from the dark, confusing places in our lives emerge moments of peace, light, and transcendence. Throughout the past two years I’ve come to learn the intricate paradox of grief and joy and how to be okay with these two opposites sitting together. And I have learned, I am learning, to live expectantly, with open hands, and to always reach for the life I want.
I believe in the color green and that church can happen in a slow river. I believe in asking good questions, leaning into grace, and always, always, always choosing love.
I'm a Minnesota native serving the greater Rochester and Twin Cities areas. I started my business in 2009 because I had a passion for people and story.
When I'm not photographing families, I can be found running my storytelling nonprofit, the Sakina Mission. I have the privilege of photographing people all over the planet and telling stories of grace, redemption, and restoration.