Have you been to PUERTO RICO? Me netiher, but I do plan on going to visit my family and learn more about my ancestors that online catalogs can't fill. There is so much history in PR and the way life is now is so different from the states. The food, the clothes (imported from Spain) and the beauty, colors, and culture are so amazing. Infused together with Spanish and African and native Taino. When I go, i'll be sure to post pics!

Elopements and Elopement Weddings are new for me. I have  mainly done intimate weddings for 75 or less guests. But soon realized that it wasn't my cup of tea, especially since i'd rather have coffee. I want something more intimate, more for a small celebration of the couple or with a guest count of under 30. I thought I had to be a full on traditional wedding photographer. NO NO NO says I. I saw photographers shooting elopements and dove into trying to get into this for the past year. Still in the education process and learning but doing some amazing things. 

I have an understanding of how an elopement should look and feel, and even where it should be. I can gather the pertinent resources and information to how to elope and a checklist to guide the couple through. Permits, licenses, hotel or airbnb stay, transportation and all of that would be needed the day of the event. I love for people to be happy. I love seeing that what they had envisioned has come to life. I love being a part of what that day means to them. Not for myself, but for the couple.

I care about being yourself and being free to be just that. I want you to be exactly who are you, and to have the freedom in making the decisions that reflects the couple. This is such a big deal to to me because I don't want couples feeling pressured into having something that they do not want, or feel obligated into having a day that has more of others feelings and thoughts, and not what you hoped to have for your special day.

I love spending moments with my bride and being a part of their amazing rockin’ day that I can just lose myself in the moment and go trigger happy with my camera.

LATINA MOM, MILITARY WIFE, AUSTISM SPECIALIST & PHOTOGRAPHER
MAKING SHIT HAPPEN

Outside of photography I am a military Navy wife stationed in Patuxent River Maryland where the views are the Chesapeake and Patuxent Bay, amazing farmland, and stunning ocean view sunsets. An amazing area to just kick back and relax.

What’s up ladies and gents! So awesome for you to come and visit with me today. Getting to know someone is tough, and even harder when it’s done in writing. But hang in there…it won’t take long! 

My Story

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Planning and dreaming about going to far away places. First on my bucket list is SCOTLAND. I want to go wild all over the land and experience it the way it should be. 

Next give me the BEACHES ya'll! I love the beach and the ocean. My second home!

I have a bucket list of places I want to travel too! Do you have one? If so, please send me a message. I love hearing about where others want to go and see before they leave this earth. 

what i love

scotland

Getting old! I am totally afraid of getting old. Not because of saggy skin or mad crazy ass wrinkles and gray hair. I find that interesting and part of life. But being obsolete in this world. Not seen as anyone of importance. That's my biggest fear.

Oh my gosh, every time I ride on a bridge, I lock all the doors and stay away from the door. I literally will do a hard gangsta lean to either side the door isn't on haha. I just feel like something is going to happen and the doors open and oops, there we go. So I do the same to the boys but they are like.."ma for real, cmon" haha get your ass away from that damn door!!

biggest fears

Bridges

There's no point in walking this earth as if you don't know who you truly are. Why hide it behind something that isn't a part of you. I say let yourself go and those who don't agree, are not part of your crew.

being yourself

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