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I often tell people "I have no business being a food stylist." That is to say: I didn't go to culinary school, or art school, or get a degree in design or photography. I got a degree in biology. I thought I wanted to be a scientist.

As it turns out, what I wanted to be was a food stylist. Every time I go to work, I am thankful that the universe helped me figure that out. Even on shoots with regular clients, prepping food I've prepped a hundred times, there is always a new discovery to make or a new problem to solve.


I've seen how far an open mind and a curious attitude can go in this industry. As it turns out, I am a scientist after all. 

Stay curious. Listen hard. Change fast. Love what you do.

Atlanta Magazine
Auntie Anne's

Coca-Cola Freestyle
Dad's Garage TV
DoubleTree Hotels
Gold Peak Tea
Home Depot
Honeybaked Ham

Masterbuilt/Kamado Joe
McAlister's Deli
Mr. Coffee
Whole Foods
Creative Drive - Food Reel
Budweiser - Patriotic Cans

Coca-Cola - PlayPauseRefresh
Seapak - Mother's Day
Farm Rich - Snack Stadium
Books (asst.)
Skinnytaste Fast & Slow
(Gina Homolka, 2016)
Pulse Revolution
(Tami Hardeman, 2016)
The Wellness Mama Cookbook
(Katie Wells, 2016)
The Southern Baker
(Southern Living, 2015)
Latin D'Lite
(Ingrid Hoffmann, 2013)
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