I’m Christina, a lifestyle, maternity, and family photographer in the East Bay Area. As your photographer, my goal is to document your family’s REAL story and honest emotions. I want to capture genuine smiles, silly laughter, and even those sassy moments that your toddler might have! If you are searching for a heavily posed session, I’m not your person. If you want to have fun, possibly rock out to some music, and have a stress-free session, I am most definitely your person!

Get to know me...

  1. I have always had a passion for photography, but I officially started my business in 2020 (wild year, right)?! 
  2. I am a mama + wife. My husband and I have three wild, sometimes sassy,  independent, and adorable kids. There is never ever a dull moment! 
  3. I follow what I preach! I get my family in front of a camera every year to document our growing kids and where we are in our lives. It’s fun to see side-by-side comparisons!
  4. Traveling is my second love (family first)! I live and breathe to travel the world. My favorite destinations are Turkey, Italy, New Orleans, and Moab. My top three destinations to visit in the future are Scotland, Thailand, and Iceland. 
  5. I am a cocktail, wine, and food snob. Give me a GOOD Old Fashioned, and I’m a happy woman! I am secretly judging you if you make me a bad Old Fashioned (not sorry).
  6. Ironically, I’m utterly terrified of flying, so I won’t get on a flight until I have a cocktail first. It’s always 5 o’clock somewhere…
  7. It took me eight long years to graduate college with a psychology degree. I completed my degree in 2020 but decided to start my own business instead. That’s life, right? 
  8. We adopted a Husky, Sansa. I think she might be a cat, though, as she is the laziest dog on Earth!
  9. I never got to have maternity photos, and it truly is one of my biggest regrets! I try to tell my husband we need a fourth for this reason, but he disagrees LOL
  10. My dream is to own a home with a beautiful wrap-around porch and have a few acres of land in the next few years. I look forward to the day I get to have a large garden and own a few goats!