A United Nations photojournalist turned wedding photographer passionate about capturing those lost moments that make us.
Born to a Cuban architect and an American history buff, I was raised with a passion for storytelling and the little details.
I received my BA from Tufts University and was lucky enough to train in long-form narrative photojournalism under World Press Photo Chairman Gary Knight. While based in Rome working for the United Nations, I was hit by a car on my way home from work — what I call my “Regina George” moment.
While spending a year in recovery at home in New York, I began noticing how obsessively people documented every aspect of their life and participated in the world through a screen, but rarely lived fully present in the moment. I have since become passionate about capturing those lost moments that make us who we are.
After photographing over 400 weddings around the world for nearly a decade, I now take on a limited number of events annually.
When I am not shimmying on the dance floor, you can find me working at a non-profit in the Bay Area that eases and ends the crisis of homelessness in our communities. It is a blessing to be able to tell stories for a living.
We prefer the real world over the Instagram world, but you can take a peek at our portfolio and stay up-to-date with the latest work via the link below.