Press + Published Work
Business Relationship Alliance
" I'm a believer in that you only get out what you put in. This is why I put so much into my business and when I say business, I mean getting to know my clients. Photography can be, and should be, an intimate viewing of your relationships - may they be with family, business partners or even your own clients. We bridge that gap visually and its very satisfying!"
BOSSLADIES / SUGAR PAPER
"This Sunday we had the pleasure of chatting with Chelsea and Jamie, the founders of Sugar Paper. I’ve been obsessed with the Sugar Paper brand since I moved to Santa Monica and discovered the shop while I was wandering through the Brentwood Mart. I actually partnered with Sugar Paper about a year ago to host a Love Letter Writing Workshop when I ran a very different company. Working with Chelsea, Jamie, and their team was so delightful. They’re warm, generous, and thoughtful."
VOYAGELA / BMP
"I’m very proud at the collaborations and partnerships we’ve been able to create, cultivate and engage in. I think this is something people don’t fully understand; the hustle doesn’t stop. It’s a hamster wheel of create, inspire, build, let the work be seen (eek!) and then onto the next. The best is when we get to take a brand through the beginning stages, the changes/revamps/redesigns and stay at the core heart of their mission."
BOSSLADIES / JOY CHO
"Joy talked us through some of the details of the art licensing process, explained how her business shifted after she became a mama, and shared insights about growing a team and being a boss. She talked about moments when it may be right to say yes to a job that doesn't pay -- and when it may not. And she shared that, sometimes, she still feels awkward about shooting photos of herself and putting them on the internet."
BOSSLADIES / JEN GOTCH
"On Sunday evening, while the LA sky was pouring rain, sixty women (and three men!) gathered in the Tom Dixon space at Platform in Culver City to listen to Jen Gotch, founder and CCO of ban.do, talk about building a business, the compromises it takes to succeed, and some tricks she's learned along the way about managing a team."
The Brave Millennial Movement Gives Women A Place To Feel Heard
"A simple conversation can be the perfect first step towards change.
While Laura Youngkin, founder of The Brave Millennial, was having countless conversations with women about the variety of issues that they faced in the workforce — from feeling burnt out to balancing life and work to dealing with the infamous wage gap — she finally realized that having these conversations was the catalyst necessary to create equality and inclusion."