I’m a visual storyteller, with a big love for people and documenting the journey they’re on. I love to capture stories of little ones, motherhood, and families in a real and authentic way through lifestyle photography.
I’m a photographer and a social worker. Frames of Hope is a project that encompasses both of my passions and gives me a creative outlet through my photography to work with amazing people in the community in a very real and impactful way.
I’m a wife to an amazing man, Ori, a mum to three little ones and we live on the Gold Coast, QLD. Prior to having my own children, I worked as a social worker in the child protection field. I grew up in a home with parents who always had open arms to those in the community who needed a place to stay or live for some time and for that I am forever grateful. We had many foster brothers and sisters live with us over the years and I developed a love for pursuing work in the social welfare field. I began a career working in child protection.
It was there that I fell in love with photography and the power of an image to capture a moment that is so significant in someone’s life. Being able to encapsulate a rare moment, one that may never be repeated again and to have this as a tangible memory for a child and their family, was a pretty incredible thing.
Fast forward 7 years and I now continue my love of giving back to the community in this way through my Frames of Hope project where I preserve these incredible stories for children and their families.
It’s so great to have you here!