I believe that life is worth celebrating. That love is worth fighting for and empathy is one of the most important muscles we can flex. In my work, I strive to be humble, to elevate stories, and strive to make the world a better place.
I am an outspoken and inclusive human, who believes that people are everything. I feel most myself when being deep in nature, or when sipping a coffee in the window of a Tokyo cafe where nowhere knows my name, or when working in a quiet corner of my home while bundled in blankets and writing to myself.
Art is essential. So is good tea and coffee. Wine doesn’t hurt, either.
I’m a Nova Scotian lifestyle photographer who proudly calls Dartmouth home. I also love shooting weddings and creative editorial. I got my start shooting for my undergrad newspaper during those tender years in Quebec, sneaking backstage to shoot theatre productions, or covering breaking news. I later went on to complete my Master’s in Journalism.
A story has always been quintessential for me, and my photography style is documentarian with an eye for the daily beautiful.
I’m incredibly lucky and fortunate to be able to work as a photographer. Some of my most meaningful moments have been the connections made while photographing amazing people from all over the world.