Hey, I'm Annie.

Sun sign: Capricorn
Enneagram: 4w5
Hogwarts house: Ravenclaw
Coffee order: Iced oat milk latte
Favorite food: Peanut butter

Fun facts:
- I love The Office more than almost anything, and my sister and I have matching "Finer Things Club" tattoos.
- I've traveled to 10 countries: Italy, Germany, Austria, Iceland, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Hungary, France, and the Czech Republic
- I collect vintage cameras, and at last count, I had 38. most are still usable!

I always told people that I wanted to be an artist when I grew up. As a kid, I was enamored by coffee table books about impressionist painters, and at a certain point I'm sure I knew more about Monet and Renior than myself. For years, I tried out every medium, but nothing stuck. I was 19 when I picked up a camera for the first time, and here we are. As an introvert, I find photography to be the best medium for conveying my love for people and the world around me.

My favorite thing to photograph is real life. I majored in journalism in college, and I completed most of my photography minor while studying abroad in Florence, Italy. While there, I aimed to document the old-world charm and eccentricities of Florence and the small Italian towns I visited. Although usually bustling, I was naturally drawn to the quieter parts of these places—an overflowing community garden run by volunteers, the shadows on the cathedral at golden hour, a small chapel nestled between apartment buildings that I passed on my way home from class, and musicians performing solo on side streets.

Life moves and flows differently for all of us, and to me, that's fascinating. I bring this innate curiosity to every session in hopes that I'll discover the real beyond the complementary outfits and photoshoot jitters.

It's the messy, imperfect, and extraordinary moments that make our hearts skip a beat. My goal for any session is that years from now, you can look back on those moments framed on your desk or wall, in an album, or on a holiday card, and recognize the reality that you've lived. That's true authenticity, and it's what I strive to capture in every photograph.

My dogs,
Ruthie & Jack


My cats,
Finn & Oliver


Timeless style—

Photographs are meant to last, and over time, they become gems of nostalgia for the people who love us most. I've honed my styles of shooting and editing photos over the years and found that in order to really frame a feeling, it has to be free of fleeting trends. I want these photos to feel alive. During my sessions, I encourage my clients to let go of the tension and interact with their environment and loved ones as they normally would, and afterwards, I preserve as much of that authenticity as possible by editing with true tones + a bit of airy monochrome for timeless black and whites.

A documentary background—

I was introduced to photography in my visual storytelling class during my freshman year of college, and my first project was a three-image series featuring my dog eating a cupcake. I took a photo of the cupcake, another of the empty wrapper, and a photo of my dog licking her chops as if she'd actually eaten it. I've learned a lot since then, but that method has stuck with me. Not all of our real moments are the ones we want framed on the wall, so while I encourage m my clients to express themselves naturally or interact with each other as if I'm not there in hopes that your photos feel truly authentic, I'll help you get there aesthetically.

A woman places shows off her engagement ring in golden light as she sits with her fiance on a rock wall at Loose Park.

“There is no such thing as taking too much time, because your soul is in that picture.”

– Ruth Bernhard 

“There is no such thing as taking too much time, because your soul is in that picture.”

– Ruth Bernhard 

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