guerra: [gare-uh – or if you’re fancy, you can roll the r’s] meaning war in Spanish
commercial and lifestyle photographer | graphic designer | seattle, wa
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In going the extra mile, it’s never crowded.
You were born to be real, not perfect.
Take care of yourself. Put good in, get good out.
I am alive to do epic
Coffee is best consumed black.
Prayer, Netflix, wine, and best friends are better than any prescription.
I’m not a morning person, but the early bird gets the worm.
There really is nothing better than being in love with your best friend.
Being nice doesn’t cost anything.
“Awesome” and “favorite” are vocab staples. I love a lot of things.
I have an innate love for the creative world. Growing up, I spent countless hours using my creativity in many mediums – from dance and drawing, to graphic design, web design, and photography.
I enjoy looking at the big picture – both in life and my business. I believe everyone should have a brand – whether it’s your business, yourself in your career, or your family’s namesake. My holistic approach to branding includes a discovery interview to discuss what your needs are. From logos, and business collateral, to websites and strategic vision – you decide how inclusive you would like me to be, and we will work together to create your holistic brand experience.
In photography, I enjoy capturing authentic love and life. I find extreme joy capturing the unique and quirky personalities of individuals, couples and families. My lifestyle and portrait sessions are always natural and centered around your life. You usually have pictures taken during important times in your life: senior year of high school, pregnancies, and family milestones or moments we want to cherish forever. Photos are snapshots of a time in your life that you never want to forget, and you want them to reflect the authenticity of who you are. Contact me, and we can discuss your session!
Originally from the small-town life of Southeastern Washington, home of sunny skies and wine, my husband and I decided to pack up and try our luck in the “big city”. We found home in Seattle, and have never once regretted our decision.