Holiday Cocktail Party for Trio Animal Foundation

Last week I spent the evening at Oak Park’s Amour de la Terre, photographing an amazing holiday cocktail party hosted by Ashley Gilday (I photographed one of her brunches earlier this year, check it out!). Every part of the event was donated and 100% of the proceeds were donated to Trio Animal Foundation. “[Trio Animal

Upcoming 2015 Holiday Events!

I am so excited to be participating in several events, fundraisers, and markets in my community this holiday season! I love having the opportunity to participate in these events as an event photographer, as a vendor with my line of printed items, or even just as an attendee. These events are not only showcasing the

Fabio and Ashley’s Baby Shower at Siena Tavern

I recently shot a baby shower for celebrity chef Fabio Viviani and his lovely wife Ashley, at one of Fabio’s Chicago restaurants, Siena Tavern in River North. The adorable giraffe cake: Party games: Portrait of Dad: Cutting the cake: Congrats, Fabio and Ashley! If you are looking to book event photography for a baby shower,

See you at the Bitter Betty Bazaar!

I’m thrilled to announce that I will be participating in the Bitter Betty Bazaar on September 20th, 2015 at the Innertown Pub (1935 W Thomas St, Chicago, IL 60622) alongside an amazing list of art, craft, vintage, and food vendors like AD HOC, Tarnish, Bitter Betty Bath, and It’ll Glow on You Illustrations! The weekend

Brunch by Blog

Last weekend I spent the morning at Glowout, A Golden Girl Salon at Ashley Gilday‘s first pop-up brunch event, Brunch by Blog! Ashley contacted me about photographing the event a few weeks back, and I was definitely on board. It’s great to see more events like this popping up in Chicago, with an entirely vegan

Opera-Matic’s Moon On The Lagoon

“Opera-Matic brings moving visual art to the streets. We activate public spaces for community engagement through people-powered sound, story and interaction. By combining modular design and material repurposing, Opera-Matic weaves together the fantastic and familiar in unexpected places, encouraging culture building and neighborhood participation.” Last month I documented Opera-Matic‘s Moon On The Lagoon event in