A little tree I made while assisting Prop Stylist Dane Holweger for a Carter's shoot.

OshKosh B'gosh

Some images from our shoot last fall. I assisted Prop Stylist Dane Holweger. Photographer Anna Palma.


One of my favorite pair of images from our photoshoot for Jason Kreher and Matt Moore's book. Photos by Ray Gordon and Ben Sellon. Check out their funny and cruel jokes - available in stores and on Amazon.

Hanna Home Images

And here are some images from the Home shoot. I assisted Prop and Set Stylist Dane Holweger out of LA - such a talented guy. I've learned so much from working with him. Photos by Boone Rodriguez.

New work

I've been working on some cool projects lately, most of which I can't talk about yet, but here are a couple I can share:

First up was a shoot for my cousin Paris who is a Master Nutrition Therapist and Eating Psychology Coach. She has a great practice in Boulder, Colorado. I helped her create this new website, and had a blast styling images. And it was wonderful to collaborate with her sister Rose, who took all the photographs. 

This shoot was extra special for me because we worked in my aunt and uncle's studio space in Pueblo, CO - where I spent a lot of my time playing as a child: pretending to be a school teacher, learning how to throw a pot, and trying to play ping pong.

The vegetables came directly from my aunt's garden and almost all of the props came directly from the gallery space downstairs, and were made by someone in the family. 

It was really special for all of us to come together and share our creativity in a different capacity and support, celebrate one another. 

This second project was for Ryan Fitzpatrick, who makes GORGEOUS furniture. This couch! Obsessed. It was really fun to play with a whole living room set he made for one of his clients. David took the great photographs. 


I'm biased but I think we had the most amazing wedding! Friends and family came from across the country and shared an overwhelming amount of love and support. We are so completely grateful. I'm going to post photos as soon as they come in, but here's a super quick timelapse of the wedding from one side of the house. No surprise, but this is exactly how fast the night felt to me. It was one hell of a minute. Thanks to Monica for the video!