I am a jack of many trades:

an actress, a writer, a poet, an academic, an activist, a photographer, and a podcast host. I am a queer, neurodivergent immigrant (US) and a mum who spends the days I’m not at weddings chasing my wee toddler; at night, or during otherwise stolen time, I write, read, watch TV and films, play video games, and once a week, I’m a half-elf sorcerer (DnD). I love Studio Ghibli films, Final Fantasy games, and nearly any nerdy thing you can think of. I’m an avid reader, and I have two first-class degrees in literature. Vampires, tigers, classic art, the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay, and photography are a few of my passions. When it comes to music, I am the embodiment of the cliché ‘I like everything’. Seriously, from top of the charts to heavy metal, classic rock, opera, blues, jazz, and even a bit of country (have to honour my Texas heritage somehow).

A bit of history…

In 2013, I moved to Cambridge to get my BA, and while I fell in love with the UK, I also fell in love with my partner (a fellow American, if you can believe the coincidence). For our honeymoon, we came to Scotland and we knew pretty much right away that this is where we wanted to call home. We moved to Aberdeen in 2017, and then to Glasgow in 2020.

I love LOVE.

Photography is a passion that came into my life a bit later than you might imagine. I’ve only been a wedding photographer in Glasgow for a handful of years, but it’s a match made in heaven. Photographing weddings, anniversaries, and births is the most significant honour, and it’s massively fulfilling. Every event, every client, gets my undivided attention and focus. When I’m not working, I’m researching. I actively take workshops and courses, honing my skills and my creativity.

You can get in contact with me in whatever way you’re most comfortable. I answer emails, texts, calls, messages on Insta & FB, and inquiries sent via the form here.

Feel free to contact me with any questions or comments, and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

Ibrox, Glasgow
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