about the storyteller

this is...me

Light chaser. Foodie. Cookie monster. Adventurer. Lover of the color yellow. I am based in the heart of Dallas, Texas, but my roots run deep in the white sandy beaches and orange groves of the Florida Gulf Coast. That is my home. Experiencing world cultures and exploring God's creation is a passion of mine. It humbles me, expands my perspective and makes me a better storyteller.

So how did I become a storyteller?...

I've always been a creative. It probably started with play-dough. But I took my first photography class when I was 15. At the time, my abuela had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, which later turned into Alzheimer's disease. After her motor skills and memories faded away, I realized that pictures withstand the beauty and tragedy of time. And I had two perfectly capable hands that could hold a camera. Photos are artifacts that will live beyond this generation and the next. I have photos that still remind me of the wonderful abuela I had. This is why I do what I do. Here and around the world. To tell stories that matter. To capture life in every form. To use the time and gifts I have been given to passionately tell a story. Because I don't know if you've noticed but whether it's a book, a movie or a conversation shared at the dinner table- stories change the world.

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