Cover Artist and 6 time Published Photographer Featured in Shutter Up Magazine
Fancy seeing you here! I'm Madison, the gal when she isn't behind the camera, is at a coffee shop, local boutique, scouting out the best chicken and waffles my city has to offer, and spending time with my lovely family. Thanks to them, I've found a love for what I do. It all started with their support.
I find so much joy in giving my clients images they can love for years to come, and capturing them in their natural state. It's truly an art to be able to take a vision and bring it to life, which is why I love what I do so much. A creative soul since the beginning of time, I've found my path that allows me to do just that... create a unique perspective. There's something to be said to see the world through a photographer's lens. You get to see the joy parents have when they look in amazement at their children. You get to be someones hype person. You get to find the most random, unique thing at a session and capture it. And most importantly, you get to bring years of smiles to your clients face.
It's but a single life we live, and I truly believe every detail and element of it should be documented.
This picture was taken at Frederik Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids, Michigan. What started as a day we were enjoying as a family, ended up with my first publication in Shutter Up Magazine.
I had placed a model call back in Fall of 2022 for senior pictures. This photo shoot landed me on the cover of Shutter Up Magazine. It's truly humbling to be published and be the cover artist for Issue 310.
Dia De Los Muertos, a session I had done a few years back has been waiting for its time to shine. This shoot was one that took a couple weeks of brainstorming and collaboration, along with pinning down makeup, florist for flower crowns and then locations that would tie it all together.
Taken at Deep Roots Produce in Alto, Michigan, I celebrated and captured the milestone of Tyler and I's little girl, Scout, turning 4. Deep Roots is her favorite place to visit in the summer months, and we were lucky enough to take her pictures there for her birthday!
Moving from Texas to Michigan, this session was quite refreshing. It took me back to the nice, warm place we called home for 2.5 years. To see these gentle giants up close is something to be admired. Out of all of the pictures I have taken at Hubbell Foothill Farms, this is by far my favorite.
This day was by far one of my favorite days. My dad had his camera, I grabbed mine, packed Scout in the car, and we drove around Corpus taking pictures. We spent the afternoon just driving around, snapping pictures of whatever caught our eye. If I close my eyes hard enough, I can hear the sound of the water knocking the docs on the water that surrounded us that day.
A picture is a moment frozen in time, and some days, I'd love to jump back in this very moment and spend a few more hours in it
To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.