Category Archive: Travel

Adventure: Portugal | Evanston Photographer

My work with an international nonprofit has been an amazing path allowing me to follow one of my biggest passions: travel. Through my work at an international nonprofit, I’ve been able to travel… Continue reading

Adventure: Fabulous Fifty | Evanston Photographer

Recently my cousin celebrated her fiftieth birthday with a beautiful celebration at the Metropolitan Club, on the 67th floor of the Willis (Sears) Tower. Her boyfriend is an amazing jazz musician and serenaded… Continue reading

Adventure: Bangkok, Thailand | Evanston Photographer

I’ve shared some photos from my recent 17-day trip to Bangkok, Thailand but I recently uncovered some photos from one special day of the trip. I was on assignment with a speaker from… Continue reading

Adventure: African-Caribbean Festival of Life Chicago | Evanston Photographer

On one of the hottest days of the year (103 F), my sister and I ventured out to Chicago’s Washington Park for the ¬†African-Caribbean Festival of Life to see one of our favorite… Continue reading

Adventure: Leap of Faith (Trapeze School)

Creating this blog and taking my photography seriously was a leap of faith. It felt like a great jump into the unknown… and now I’m so happy I took the first step. So… Continue reading

Adventure: Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand | Evanston Photographer

Adventure: AngThong Marine Park, Koh Samui, Thailand

I just returned from a 17-day trip to Thailand. The bulk of the visit was for work, but I spent the last weekend in Koh Samui for some much-needed rest & relaxation. One… Continue reading

Adventure: Bangkok, Thailand

I’m writing this after a long,¬† but thrilling day in Bangkok. It has been a beautiful adventure so far. Although I’m here for my day job, this assigment has given me the opportunity… Continue reading

I Heart Faces: Alphabet Challenge!

So honored to have been selected as a featured photographer on I Heart Faces this week! I entered my photo of NY skyscrapers in the Alphabet challenge as “B is for Buildings,” and… Continue reading

Adventure: Roycemore Photography Project

Growing up, I attended a tiny private school in Evanston. Classes were small, everyone knew each other, and it felt like family. Recently my 97-year-old alma mater, Roycemore School, closed the doors on… Continue reading