There is a feeling when you leave everday cares behind, fall victim to the wind and let the sun lean in for a kiss that lingers a little too long. That sensation came to us in our own backyard and it was a gentle reminder that you don’t have to travel too far to get lost. Where we ended up was somewhere between diving coral reefs and waking up with sand in the sheets, but people like to call it the Florida Keys. On went the linen, off went the phone. Communication lost, destination found.
Her work has appeared in prominent galleries and earned accolades from the International Photography Awards and International Monochrome Awards. Her first book Wild Horses of Cumberland Island released in November 2017 became an immediate best seller among the photography genre. The book and her art have been praised by International publications such as Vanity Fair, Town & Country, Harper’s Bazaar, Daily Mail UK and Garden & Gun among many others.Read More
This journey began as an idea to travel our way along the coastline and into the jungle searching for artifacts. That quickly turned into the cultural experience that is the Caribbean: Blue horizons, hot temperatures and dashing rains. It was when we needed to take shelter from the storm that we met the people who we would ultimately fall in love with.Read More