As long as I can remember, I have always been in front of the camera with any activities I was in

growing up. Anything that I wanted to look back on and remember, I have in a photograph.

Looking back now, I cherish every photo that we have in our photo albums. I truly believe

documenting life moments is something you can never recreate, or redo. For someone who is

​ now behind the camera, I want to create something that you'll always have and remember. 

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When I took my first photo with my mother's new DSLR Canon XSi camera back in 2008, I was

completely hooked. You wouldn't see me go anywhere without it. Since then; I am self-taught

on everything I know, including my editing process and using a camera. I would take out 30

books at the library and learn everything with a book and a notepad. To this day, I still

continue to do that. I cannot wait until there is northern lights out, a storm ahead, or even

a client looking at what I have on my camera screen that makes them beam with excitement.

Whatever the occasion is; photography is my greatest passion and happiness in life, something

I feel I was born to do. It gives one the ability to create something extraordinary out of

something that may seem ordinary. I'm always looking for adventure, so let's go take a walk

uphill, get dirty or get soaked from a rainfall. I'm ready when you are!



Now that you know me a little bit about me, I can't wait to meet you! 

   My Photography Achievements



Five of my photos are located at the new police station, along with my name on a plaque on each photo displayed

Two photos were mentioned in honorable mention for "Get Snappin Regional Parks" in 2014

First person to win for "Artistic and Digital Art" in the Kazies photography awards of 2014

Official photographer for the Dragon Boat Races in 2014

​Multiple photos chosen in the Linda's Printing 2015-2018 calendar

Won the Wildlife & Nature category in the Kazies awards in 2015

Made the newspaper in 2015 with one of my Aurora photos

Made top 12 for the  Tourism Saskatchewan Photo Contest for their calendar in 2016 out of over 3000 photos and honorable mentions the year after!

One of my favorite northern lights photos was chosen along with 30 other photographers that was featured in a blog that you can check out here!​

Has one of her northern lights photos as the main cover photo for Regina's high school yearbook for 2017/18 


Made Canon Canada's "Best 2017 Landscape Photos"  
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Has been featured on Global, CBC Saskatchewan, CTV Saskatoon, and Canon Canada

 was interviewed by cbc saskatchewan in 2018 regarding night photography,
​you can read about it here!


Photo credit goes to​ Jeremi Skelton & Cynthia Salgado, my talented photographer friends on some of these candid shots!