I’m a detail oriented do-er, a get it done kinda gal with an imaginative, yet easy going attitude and a flair for the ethereal. I’m an Enneagram 6 wing 5, so I’m loyal, engaging and prepared, and I always have a backup plan (and a backup plan for the backup plan).

I’m a classical music lover and a former dancer, and this background gives me a heightened awareness of space and movement, which I channel into telling compelling stories that draw the viewer in for a closer look. I aim to provoke emotion through my photography and to capture a person’s natural spirit, keeping its vibrancy flowing throughout my photos using light and texture.

I work with individuals and organizations, corporations and creatives, and dogs because they’re the best. I create authentic images for editorial content, look books, marketing campaigns, headshots and portraits, social media and whatever else can be dreamt up. I’m available for commissions, collaborations, studio hire and (most) adventurous, bizarre or interesting opportunities.

How I work

The process begins with discovery about you, your business or your project. We’ll talk through what you wish to achieve and how we’ll make it happen together. I’ll present a few creative directions then plan accordingly once a clear choice has been made. Some shoots are heavily structured, while others are shot documentary, day in the lifestyle. Either way, I’m very detailed, offering plenty of direction to ensure a seamless, smooth experience.


Being photographed can be intimidating, and many feel awkward in front of the camera, so I’m vocal about what to do, where to look and how to move so you’ll never be left vulnerable or unsure – I got you, don’t worry. I thrive on making my subjects feel empowered, so I’m elated when someone says my photos made them feel comfortable, beautiful or confident.





Clients //

The Wall Street Journal 

One Lucky Guitar

Mark Braster/Brast


Bird & Cleaver 

Rosalind & The Way

Sidewalk Chalk

Growing Up Goods Boutique

The Confetti Post

Fox Sea Skin

The Gold Room Salon

First Impressions Salon

Lutheran Life Villages





Published //

The Wall Street Journal

Sidepiece Magazine

Erin Loechner – Design For Mankind

Driftless Magazine Issue 6

Lady Hustle

Off Switch Magazine Issue 1 & 2

Deeply Rooted Magazine

Fort Wayne Magazine

Bravery Magazine