I met Kaitlin during a free headshot service that my employer had offered to all students and faculty at Indiana University. Then she asked me to take photos of her and her girlfriend, Kelly. It was full of good vibes, lots of love, and an extra greasy Qdoba burrito after.
I have a lot of good people in my life. Here are their faces.
My good friend Julianne is an IU Contemporary Dance major and trainee at Hubbard Street. Of course, this calls for some photos and celebratory shots.
Kristen was one of the interns for the Black Women in Technology group in CEWiT. Kristen just graduated with Master’s degrees in Public Affairs and Information Sciences. She never fails to put a smile on everyone’s faces with the best one liners I have ever heard. Her friend, Dorian, decided to hop in on a few pictures too. All is well.
Evelyn & Colin
It was a fluke that mine and Evelyn’s paths crossed, but I am sure glad they did. The photos are of her, her husband, and the family pup. She helped me in the job search and became the first person I turned to when I needed advice about my career. Then I suggested she get a Canon Powershot, so now we’re even?
My life is controlled chaos, and so is this photoset. Check out some photos I took all around the States.
Little 500 is the real version of the movie “Breaking Away.” It’s a bike race that raises money for scholarship. It is also the Greatest College Weekend known to man (or just me and my fellow Hoosiers).
My brother is the coolest person you will ever meet. Hands down. He resides in Phuket, Thailand, with his wife, Miw, and baby-to-be. Here’s some pictures from before the wedding and NYE.
Kyle & Leah
Leah is a true homie and Godsend. I was there at her wedding with Kyle, there when she told me she was pregnant, there when she wanted baby announcement photos (peep those at the end), and there when Lil J was ready for the camera. Talk about life.
I met Gracie in 5th grade. Then we ended up at the same college. A lovely soul with an even bigger heart.
The best trip of my life was to Las Canas, Dominican Republic. I actually won an award for the picture of the children sitting against the wall. And, to top it off, all these photos were taken on the iPhone 6SE.
I was a photographer for Spoon University, an online food publication directed toward college students. My writer friend and I decided to go coffee cupping at Uel Zing and it did not disappoint.
CEWiT stands for the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology. It was a place where women could empower other women to participate in STEM programs and summits. It is also where I worked part-time as an event photographer during my senior year at IU.