hi, I'm christina!
I am first a Wife and Mom to 3 kids - Jake – my carefree teen boy, Emorie – my artsy, sweet girl and Kenzie – my spunky, inquisitive youngest. I am married to a dry humored, wonderful, supportive, dedicated husband and father, Tim.
I worked in corporate America for most of my life after graduating from college. Most of my years were spent as a pharmaceutical sales rep. After a life changing, horrible accident my husband was in, I decided that life should be lived with fulfillment, compassion and purpose. In February 2013, I resigned from my pharmaceutical career and took a leap of faith to pursue my passion and dream in photography. Come join me in finding your light!
How Did I Get Here?
In high school, I was always that person making scrapbooks, framed collages of all my special teen moments. In college, I took photography classes and was able to experience the wonderful film and dark room days. My love of photography has always been a big part of my life. Back in August 2011, my husband was in a terrible car accident. We almost lost him twice. There were many days I walked around lifeless, scared, depressed wondering what future days would hold. I used my camera as pure therapy. I wanted to document everything my children were doing because their Daddy couldn’t be there. I didn’t know if these daily moments would be first or last moments that he’d see. After a year of struggles and frustrations, he made it through. We made it through. God pulled us out of this darkness slowly each day...
I am passion driven. I love emotion & authenticity. I look for playfulness, fun, the real you in every session. I am a mix of lifestyle and portrait photography. I quickly find your soul – your connection with life and exude it in still photos.
Facts about Me.
Coffee in the AM. Orange Theory. Simple Styling. The sacredness of being still. Mac User. Lavender. Nikon. Listener. Natural Light. Passionate Creator. Studio Light. Prime Lenses. Music. Neutral with Pops of Color. Light. Airy. Real.
I so believe in community over competition. How can we all help and support each other? How can certain gifts help families? I volunteer with organizations that are dear to my heart – Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep (newborn/infant loss), Treasure Coast Hospice – Little Treasures Pediatric Palliative Care Program & Quiet Strength (supporting courageous families battling pediatric cancer).