"You owe yourself the love that you so freely give to other people."
As a thirteen year old without a car or driver's license, I kickstarted what I never imagined would be the rest of my life.
At seventeen, I stepped foot on a college campus to do what I felt was the right thing for myself, to earn a degree in something other than photography. With every class taken, I found a way to relate it back to my business, knowing undoubtedly that my heart was connected to the camera.
Four years later and a bachelor's degree in Hospitality & Tourism Management, I have learned more about time management, my business, and communication than I could have ever imagined. I feel even more confident to provide a hospitable experience for my clients as well as create long lasting relationships.
Sometimes the plan you think you have for yourself can lead you to another that teaches you a lesson and make you a better, more well rounded individual.
I survive the freezing temperatures in the mitten state in order to enjoy the beautiful two months of summer.
Though the weather is a topic for another day, Michigan has been home to my childhood & some of the greatest humans I've come to know. It will always be home no matter where I end up.
(Far Left) My twin sister and I are fraternal which is the most common question we get asked. From elementary and on to college, we built separate lives and project very different personalities but we will forever be womb-mates. I don't quite know how to explain what it feels like to be a twin but I do know that it's constantly having a friend to talk to.
At a time when I felt like I was perfectly content with being by myself, this selfless, caring man walked into my life and brought an abundance of positivity with him. He is my backbone when I am feeling weak and the tight hug when I need a friend. He makes me a better person.