Tag: travel photographer

Yasmin in Jordan

Yasmin in Jordan

As I mentioned in my last post about travel portraits in Jordan, I’m so lucky to get to travel around the world with 6 uber fabulous female photographers.  Not only do we share a passion of photography and travel, we also value having our own portraits captured in these unique locations around the world, after […]

Refugees – We Want to Tell Your Story

Refugees – We Want to Tell Your Story

Hi Friends and Clients!  We are officially into 2017 and we do hope it is treating you well. In the past we have periodically looked for volunteers for personal projects that are outside of our typical client jobs.  You can see some of those unique Signature Sessions here on the website, where we’ve collaborated with […]

Featured Photographer on F Stop Lounge

Featured Photographer on F Stop Lounge

I am always honored when an industry organization wants to hear my story and share it with its readers, and today I am fortunate enough to be featured on F Stop Lounge based out of Australia.  They are a leader in industry-related content ranging from product reviews, tutorials, and videos and podcasts, boasting over 144,000 […]

Leopard Attack Video Featured on Huffington Post

Leopard Attack Video Featured on Huffington Post

A dear friend of mine emailed me from New York yesterday, alerting me to the publication of the leopard kill video posted and featured on the front page of the Huffington Post.  In what has completely blown my mind, the leopard kill video and images are making their way around the Internet and into publications […]

Featured on the Africa Geographic Blog

Featured on the Africa Geographic Blog

If you’ve been following along on my social media channels or reading the blog, you know that I recently spent 3 weeks traveling South Africa, Botswana and Zambia.  And there was one particular event that happened in Botswana which was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.  (Note:  make sure you watch the video at the end!) While in […]

Humanitarian Photo Project with The Giving Lens and COSA

Humanitarian Photo Project with The Giving Lens and COSA

The truth is, I've tried writing this blog post several times now, and each time I have to get up from the computer.  There are so many emotions, feelings and thoughts that swirl through my mind that I don't know where to start.  But I have to start somewhere and that goes back to almost […]