Let me introduce myself to you.
To me, both science and art play a role in the composition of refined wedding portraiture. Luckily, I have a background in both worlds along with a deeply rooted appreciation for travel, beauty, and fashion. I hold a PhD in Cancer Research from the University of Cambridge, UK — but I made the transition from being a scientist to love a story preservationist about ten years ago.
Details have always mattered to me — fascination with the framework of cells simply shape-shifted into a passion for capturing people, moments, and emotions in all of their intricacies. I have always been a fashion lover; and it goes without saying that the years I spent working in a sterile laboratory environment only heightened my awareness of aesthetics and beauty.
I was originally born in Munich (Bavaria), but my husband and I split our time between Chicago & Denver. Whether I am photographing a wedding in America or anywhere in the world, I marry my decidedly European style with diverse love stories.
It is my purpose and my privilege to create eternal, tangible memories you’ll delight in returning to as the years go by.
EVERY SINGLE DETAIL PRESERVED
I photograph in a way that requires both the photographer and the subject to take things slowly. I shoot every frame differently and think about composition in the moment rather than afterward.
The result? Airy, editorial photographs that capture not only a memory, but an associated mood as well. On your wedding day I will make sure that no detail goes undocumented.
WE ABSOLUTELY LOVE TO travel!
We cherish traveling - and we would be delighted to travel anywhere in the world to cover your special day.
Just say when!
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My father was a photographer. Because of this, I spent my childhood in Germany studying light—the way it highlights white mountains, brightens deep green forests, and is absorbed by blue lakes.
It’s been over ten years since I followed in his footsteps to become a professional photographer, and my appreciation for light and nature has only continued to grow…as has my desire to share our world’s breathtaking beauty with others.