OUR CREATIVE PROCESS
From the moment we meet, I am on an exploration of discovery. Discovering what makes you distinctive, your style, what reflects who you are as a person, what makes you, you. Discovering the things we have in common, things you love that I’ve never heard of. All the while revealing a personal connection, ensuring that every step we take forward together is with you in mind. The simple truth is no two clients are the same. No portraits or wedding will ever unfold the same, which is why we have a fundamental belief in this process of discovery. We are constantly exchanging ideas, feeding off one another’s inspiration to curate your portraits. Our ultimate goal is to create statement pieces that will live on with you and your family for years to come.
“We live in a 3-dimensional world, your portraits should too.”
We live in a time of instant gratification, snap a portrait on your phone, post it to social media or store it on the cloud and before you know it your images are fleeting in the same manner as the memories being created in them. I choose to stand by the idea that we live in a 3-dimensional world and your portraits should too.
As an artist my job does not simply end when the memory card is full, my purpose is to create statement pieces that will be cherished for years. Creating an all-inclusive (or full service) studio has allowed me to do just that.
Our statement pieces are divided into three categories and it is on our process of discovery that we will determine what best represents you.
WHERE THE CHAMPAGNE IS ALWAYS CHILLING
Although I travel often I chose to design a studio that is located in the heart of Coral Gables, on Miracle Mile. My studio is truly an extension of my home. From the moment you arrive I am looking to entice every sense, from our signature scent to our always chilled champagne, inspiration fills the walls and the comfort provided by our living room is unparalleled. I have found that in creating this space and offering such comfort, my clients feel at ease when approaching their portraits.
All of my frequently asked questions can be found HERE.