Florida based photographer, pollinator advocate, gardener, and sustainability consultant.
Originally from Upstate New York and now residing in Central Florida with my husband and two children, I have always had a passion for animals and all things nature. I have a long history of working with animals of all shapes and sizes. While pre-vet in college, I re-discovered a passion for insects and the delicate balance our ecosystems maintain, with a particular fascination for parasitic and vector-borne diseases. It took me a few years to realize that life in a lab was not for me, eventually leading to swapping my microscope out for a camera. I craved being hands on with the creatures I loved, and in came bees! Now a small-scale beekeeper and homesteader, I've found that bees are the perfect catalyst for conversations about sustainability. The things that help our insects help us all, and getting back to the soil and roots is where we need to start. The wonderful thing is that there is still so much we can do, starting in our own backyards. I strive to tell the stories of the often overlooked and the lessons that we can learn from them, through eye catching photos and relatable content. Get to know the smaller side of nature with me!
Photography and Licensing
Sustainability Consulting for Homes and Businesses
Backyard Conservation Planning and Planting