Here's a little about me, and I can't wait to learn more about you!
I was born and raised in Fresno, Ca. I have 3 brothers and an inevitable passion for sports. I played volleyball, soccer, and was a pole vaulter in high school. I will also never say no to a Ping Pong match. I'm currently obsessed with Pickle Ball! 
I graduated from Cal Poly SLO as a Psych Major then went backpacking in Australia where I met my husband...My favorite story to tell! My first career was designing baby clothes at Gymboree...RIP. I have 4 kids ages 6, 4, 2 & 2...Yup twins!  My house is LOUD and filled with LOVE! Oh, and if there is one thing in this world that feeds my soul more than anything, it is photography...and cheese.



Hello! Let's get to know each other!

meet Heather...

I am a memory hoarder…I have an unusual amount of photo albums, boxes of memorabilia, and journals just to name a few. It all stems from my fear of forgetting. My grandpa died of Alzheimer’s when I was a kid and I think I never let go of the possibility that one day, I too will forget everything. I never realized growing up that I could actually make a living capturing memories for others the way I did for myself. I photographed weddings for 12 years and loved every second of it because I knew I had a very important role in preserving memories for generations to come. 

It all started with a fear of forgetting...

My passion for photographing families stemmed from my love of capturing my my own.  

After 3 years of trying to get pregnant, 6 IUIs, and 4 IVF transfers, we are now so blessed to have 4 kids. The last 2 are twins (and they came naturally!) Their due date was April Fool’s Day. So if you didn’t know that God has a sense of humor, now you do!  

Because they don't stay little for long... 

“Having Heather photograph our family was a great experience.  She was a blast to work with and captured our personalities and love so beautifully! By the end of the session, we felt like she was a friend.  We were so impressed with the photos! We can't stop looking at them!”

 By the end of the session we felt like she was a friend.