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I've been doing photography since I could remember, but I've been doing it professionally for over 10 years now.

I went to the international school, Vancouver Institute of Media Arts in 2011 and graduated at the top of my class. When I was there, I focused mainly on fashion and beauty photography but came to realize this wasn't where my heart was. The fashion industry and their unhealthy beauty standards didn't align with my values...


I was someone who struggled with self-image, self-love and confidence most of my life. I didn’t use to love myself and, in turn, settled for shitty men and would put up with a lot in relationships because I didn’t see my worth.  I don’t want others to go through that. I want others to see their worth, their beauty and to shit rainbows with me!  I mean… I still struggle from time to time, but not like I used to. I truly love myself now, I know my worth and I want to help others see their unique beauty, discover their worth and gain confidence in themselves. 


There’s a handful of reasons why I do boudoir.

I love photographing women, I love making people feel powerful and beautiful. I love that I can take my time to focus on the details and create art. With my background in fashion photography, I have the ability to make someone look their absolute best through light, posing, lenses and clothing choices. And, I love that I can make anyone feel and look like a model…

But the biggest push for me to move into boudoir photography specifically was hearing about so many women’s stories about domestic abuse…

I believe that women who know their worth and feel confident in themselves are less likely to get into or stay in abusive relationships… I just want to help show women exactly just how beautiful, powerful and badass they can be! 

It’s actually the same reason I still offer one non-boudoir genre… and that’s grad portraits. I want the next generation of young women to be empowered and stand their ground and take shit from no man right out of school! 

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