I believe in helping every senior recognize how amazing they really are. Mom sees it. I see it. Now it is time for THEM to see it!

Creating beautiful images isn’t a hobby for me. It’s a career. I’m low volume by design, so my clients will never feel like they’re part of an assembly line. I believe that every senior I photograph should have a unique, individualized experience where they’ll feel special at every turn.

I believe that teens and families deserve more than just a USB of files to throw in a drawer. By offering deluxe ordering and design services, I promise you’ll have heirloom-quality keepsakes you’ll be proud to share. I’ve developed an easy system to help you choose your favorite photos. Then we’ll work together to design your products so you’ll know exactly what you’re getting before your ordering session is over!

Did You Know...


I used to love to scrapbook. I got a “good” camera so I’d have better pictures to scrapbook. Our daughter was a gymnast and as you know, you can’t use a flash inside a gym. So if I wanted to scrapbook her meets I had to learn how to work the “good” camera. FYI, my first DSLR was a Canon XTi.


I graduated from ASU with a B.S.E in mechanical engineering. Photography is the same thing, right? Actually, I never had much interest in photography until I had kids, and the more I learned, the more I realized how much I still needed to learn. Photography allows me to grow at my own pace and offers me the never-ending cycle of learning and growing. Apparently God knew photographing seniors was a much better fit for my personality than working in the semiconductor industry!


I’m color-deficient, yep, one of the .5% of women that fall into that category. So here I am, a color-deficient photographer with an engineering degree. Do you hear God laughing? I sure do! And yet here I am, thriving after 13 years in business, only by the grace of God.


I’ve been married to my husband Lance for 23 years now, and we have two kids. Trevor is 21, attending ASU, and studying mechanical engineering. Alex is 19 and currently living in Albuquerque. She’s on the UNM dive team and just finishing her freshman year, so she’s still checking out different careers. Right now she’s looking into something medical like nursing, NP, or PA. 

Mesa Photographer Dogs



Sophie is the tan one, and she's a Shorkie. Sophie is 12 but promised she'd live to be at least 18, so we're working on that. She's super soft and has plenty of pillows around the house. When you can't find her, she's probably curled up snoozing somewhere. Or she's outside getting into things and ignoring me when I call her to come in.


The black & white cutie is Roxie (aka Squish) and she's a wild little Shih-poo with too many toys and a tongue that's always hanging out! She's the only dog we've ever had that actually comes when she's called. She doesn't always respond to food, but squeak a toy and she'll come running every time.

Fun Mesa Senior Photographer Disneyland

We're a Disney Family!

I’m a huge Disney fan. Lance and I went to Disneyland the first time together in 1998, married in 1999, and spent part of our honeymoon at Walt Disney World in Florida. And it never stopped! Both of our kids (now 19 & 21) are fans of all things Disney too! Trevor’s favorite character is Winnie the Pooh and Alex’s favorite character is Dory. 

FAVORITE RIDE: Toy Story’s Midway Mania
FAVORITE PIXAR MOVIE:  Inside Out, Cars, Toy Story…really, just one?
LATE NIGHTS or ROPE DROP? Um, both!!! I’ll sleep when we get home!

Bucket List: Visit all international Disney parks. 

Five Fun Facts

Professional Photographers of America Mesa AZ

I am also an active member of PPA, Professional Photographers of America. I have been an active member since 2012. My membership allows me to be insured and gives me access to numerous resources and classes. Feel free to visit my PPA profile too!