Camp Fury Executives

This past Saturday I had the privilege of hanging out at the courthouse in Tucson with the amazing ladies of Camp Fury.  The work that these women are doing with these young ladies is incredible.  The girls worked with judges to write and deliver speeches, toured the judge's chambers, met with a US Marshal... and that was just Saturday morning!  I am so honored to be able to document these incredible experiences for Camp Fury!


My gorgeous and incredible friend is starting a new adventure in her life.  She graciously agreed to run around the desert and let me take photos of her.  I'm still learning "photography DOs" and "photography DON'Ts" and Erin was such an amazing sport!

Camp Fury

I was so excited and honored when I was asked to be one of the photographers for this year's Camp Fury.  For those that don't know anything about it, it is the most AMAZING camp for girls that are interested in law enforcement or public safety professions.  The encouragement, strength, and passion these women show is absolutely incredible!  This was definitely one of my most favorite experiences I have ever had with photography.


Huge moment for me.  This beautiful lady asked me to take some pictures as she gets ready to graduate from ASU and I literally jumped with joy when she asked me.  Frolicking around the campus and spreading confetti cheer... my first real photo shoot and I could not have asked for a better subject <3

The Vazquez Family

My big sister.  My protector, my best friend, my confidant, my biggest fan.  When she told me she and the family were moving back to Florida, I knew it would be a hard adjustment for me.  I had never known life without having my sister at arm's length.  I had never known life without having my niece and nephew a few steps away.  Last Christmas we had an impromptu photo shoot at my parent's house, right before their big move.  Texting, FaceTiming, and phone calls will have to do until summertime visits...

Arizona will forever miss the Vazquez family <3