Hi. I’m Sarah.
This is me and my family at one of our favorite beaches in Oceanside, California.
If you know me at all, I’m usually in some ripped up jeans, a tank top (or sweatshirt in the winter), flip flops or chacos with my hair pulled back most of the time.
I love vacationing at the beach with my husband and two kids, making memories in our 1984 retro camper (which we fixed up and put a lot of love into) and adventuring with our friends.
I just turned 40 this year which sound a lot older than what I feel but is not something I get hung up on or think about much. If it has done one thing for me, turning 40 has made me reflect on what I truly value and spend my time in and am so thankful for this re-prioritization to help me align where I want to go and do in these years to come.
My journey to photography began in high school with a film camera and a trip with my church to New York City. I took SO. MANY. PHOTOS I spent a small fortune getting them printed along with favorites my friends took. This is also the same trip in which I realized how much poverty was truly real and how I knew I needed to be a part of the change to help those who can’t help themselves.
Through the years, my story has brought me on this journey both as a Social Worker and being a voice for those around me but as a Photographer in sharing this gift of time to all my clients.
Obviously, to say I love photos would be an understatement but capturing this gift for others truly is an honor…and I’m so thankful for the friends I have met over the years.
I look forward to the many others who reach out and am excited to continue this journey of Photography with you!