Do you remember your first step into a national park? I was an awkward 12 year old just beginning to appreciate what the word “travel” meant. My parents didn’t like to travel much, so I frequently tagged along with my best friend, Alessandra on every opportunity I could when her parents took their Summer road trips. My first visit to a national park was Biscayne National Park in Southern Florida just outside of Miami. I remember the aromas of the emerald river canals…Read More
Thank you to all of my amazing 2018 clients. My first year in business in Portland, Oregon, I was able to give back to three different non-profit organizations that help protect our public lands. %5 of all of all sales from Anchor and Pine goes straight back into protecting our public lands.Read More
Jeffrey and Brittany shared an intimate wedding with their family and friends at the Raven’s Nest in Timberline Lodge, Oregon. There was not a dry eye in the room during their ceremony. Their vows brought me to tears. I was honored to capture their wedding day. Hope you enjoy some highlights from the day.Read More
Each year my husband and I pick one or two places to travel to internationally to check off our list. Places like New Zealand, Japan, Germany and Italy sit high on that list, however Iceland for us was at the top. From the beginning, we knew we wanted to drive the entire island in a camper van. It would give us the opportunity and flexibility to see all of Iceland, on our time, and our terms.Read More
Claire + John are a one-of-a-kind couple. When they emailed me about their elopement and said they wanted to head up to the mountains to shoot, I knew I had to be their photographer. While the wildfire smoke and haze has been unpredictable around Oregon, it was pure magic when it dissipated from the Mt Hood mountaintop for the evening during Claire + John's elopement shoot. Look at this stunning couple!