I live in Seattle with my lovely husband and our delightful Catahoula dogs amidst lots of chaos and laughter. And fur. We’ve been exploring the Pacific Northwest for a few years – we can be found in a light and bright home with the smells of good food and the sounds of family and friends. And fur.
I grew up as an “oil brat,” traveling around the world on the heels of adventurous parents who called an atlas a wishing book. I got the travel bug from them at a very young age, and have roamed all my life - with family or friends, alone, with my husband, and with first one and now two dogs. For several years we have made a point of going out of town for at least an overnight each month to somewhere near or far - which has kept us exploring locally as well as globally - and the canine hooligans join us on most of our local adventures.
In every culture, people come together over food and wine. I went to culinary school because I wanted to bring people together, from farm to table to community. I picked up a camera to capture those moments that bring us joy and bring us together.