This can include but not limited to...bonding over your love (or hate) of the Yankees, judging the best pizza and brewery recommendations, pulling leaves and bugs out of the fourteen layers of your wedding dress, or sipping the tea from your friend group's latest gossip.
Need to know what to do with your hands?
Want an unfiltered opinion about the latest wedding trend?
Have a cute video of a dog to share?
You like pineapple on pizza
Sneaking my HomeGoods haul inside
Any reality TV show
Doses & Mimosas
Ed Sheeran is hot
Iced coffee should be enjoyed year round
Making sure things are perfectly centered
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Thunderstorms, not being the center of attention
Zoomies, bringing the drama, all the attention
Most things, being woken up, having her photo taken
Not much, plotting murder
Being mistaken for a boy, being named after Ed Sheeran
Dancing to country music, screaming, snuggles
Being out of his tank, Eddie
Smiling, tanning, just sitting there
Being nagged to finish projects, coffee, driving all the way to NY for cider donuts
Starting projects but not finishing them, Indie Bands, Colorado
I love that I get to offer both, making sure the story is remembered in every form in it's own unique way.
I first started in the world of video but have always had a love for photography, and now it's really hard to choose a favorite.
With video, nothing can replace reliving a scene with all of the context – the words being said, the way you move, the many interactions happening in the background. I love being pulled right back into the moment.
With photo, there's something about a moment frozen in time, whether it's framed on your wall or flipping through a curated album.