Hey, I'm Kristin! I'm so excited to hopefully work with you!
I'm a Michigan native who's been happily residing on the Central Coast of California since 2014 (with a brief stint in Michigan to spend some time with family). Monterey is home. I thrive in the sun. (Seriously, I might be solar powered.) I started out photographing nature; I love being outdoors and exploring. I photographed my first engagement session over eight years ago and realized I loved photographing people even more.
There is nothing better than capturing the love, joy, and connection between couples and families. It’s incredibly fulfilling for me. One of my favorite activities as a kid was looking through my parents’ old photo albums of their travels. Photos allow you to document and re-live moments in life---big, small, messy, and everything in between. Because that's what life is made of, right? I want to remember it all, and honestly, sometimes I have a terrible memory, so photos are everything!
When I don’t have a camera in my hand, you can find me hiking around Big Sur, wine tasting, checking out a new brewery, or soaking up some sun (or fog) at the beach with my husband and two daughters (pictured below).
Think we'd be a good fit? Shoot me an email, I'd love to get to know you!
Serving Monterey, Big Sur, Carmel + Beyond
Yay! You're still here. A few more things...
my clients are so important to me
I do not take it lightly when someone hires me to photograph their wedding, elopement or even their family. I believe all these moments are so important to document, and I show up 1000%. I aim to make you feel comfortable, stay observant to notice the little things, and always be professional.
how I shoot
My work is a mix of portrait and documentary style photography. I'll direct you when needed and guide you to pretty light, but I'll also leave space for candid moments to unfold because I know the in-betweens are just as special as everything else.
my editing style
I love the look of film. My editing style aims to emulate the colors, tones, and feels of film. I would describe my editing style as warm, soft, and true-to-color. I'm not into the trends; I want these photos to last a lifetime and beyond.