There are a lot of reasons why people become artists. For me, it’s always been about the optimism.

Because the optimism of creating has done so much for me that I can’t help but share it. You see, creativity is one of the most powerful tools we have. I think thats freakin awesome. Like, bottomless guacamole awesome. 

Whenever life has handed me a challenge or an obstacle I’ve learned to use it as an opportunity for creative problem solving. The more I’ve traveled the more I’ve realized that there are a lot of other people who have figured out that same thing.

The world is full of big-hearted, talented creatives who have built businesses out of the need to solve a problem or add a little more light to the world. I’ve made it my mission to help those go-getters get the photography and marketing they need to make a bigger impact.



I graduated from ASU with a degree in Graphic Information Technology with a focus in Web Development. In other words, I have a degree in being the person you go to when you need branding, marketing, design, and coding or some combination of those things. I’ve worked in the branding and design world for a while and love both the strategy and the creative sides of the biz.

My primary business venture is The B Edit, a full-service creative agency specializing in Food Photography and Marketing for food/hospitality brands. Through The B Edit I’ve shot for brands including Purely Elizabeth, True Food Kitchen, Fox Restaurants, and The Pierre Hotel, among others. 

I also am the photographer and creative voice behind, a blog for creative female entrepreneurs and overall optimists. 

While my focus is photography and marketing in the food and hospitality world, I do take mentees in photography and creative business when it is a good fit. Feel free to inquire if this is of interest!

All of my ventures currently operate out of NYC, but I’m so ready to pack a bag and head to wherever your project is. 



I’ve had the honor of speaking in multiple college classes and entrepreneur workshops on my career in creative business and entrepreneurship. If you have an event that might be a good fit feel free to email me the details. 

A few of my titles.

I grew up making cardboard office cubicles and running a “company” in my parent’s basement, so we shouldn’t be surprised that I’m here making a website for my own business today. Here are a few extra names I’ve picked up since those early CEO days.  



Please excuse the dog hair covering everything I own. It’s all the fault of my fur child. (He pops on my IG from time to time.)



My favorite Thai restaurant now refers to me by my go-to order. Does this mean I’ve made it?



Aren’t we all though?