A little girl from Nicaragua
My story starts in Nicaragua, a beautiful country with a turbulent history of war and extreme poverty.
In 1985, my mother fled Nicaragua in the midst of war and took me and four little sisters on a journey into the unknown. My obsession with photography and capturing moments stems from this traumatic event. I learned to appreciate the beauty in the world, even in places we don't often look for it, never taking any moment for granted. My photography has serve me as a great channel in my own healing journey. I am extremely grateful that I get to share everything I've learned in my journey with my clients.
As the oldest of six girls and raised by a strong mother and grandmother, I learned to work well with women. Appreciating their struggles and seeing them in their true emotions in all phases of life. My mission is to create beautiful and powerful art depicting the vulnerability and strength of women. I am dedicated to women's empowerment and radical self-acceptance.
My style of photography is centered around black and white portiture. My love for this style allows me to challenge myself and focus on pure emotion. There is something so beautiful and timeless about light and shadow that captures the soul.
There's more to my story, but I would love to tell it to you in person, so let's meet! - I can't wait to hear your story too.