MY STORY

It's nice to meet you! My name is Sabrina. I'm a mid-30's Artist living in the Philadelphia suburbs area with my husband, two children, and a very bad cat. I've been an artist for most of my life and a Photographer for half of it. Doing this is, as most would tell you, a passion and dream I've brought to life by making it my own.

I'm unique in the sense that I approach things with my eyes and ears and not just for that perfect shot. I look for joyous moments, genuine laughter, and people just being who they are while simultaneously making it photo perfectly. No, you don't have to be a supermodel to have beautiful portraits. Anyone can have beautiful portraits. All you need is a comfortable photographer who can bring that out of you. That's why I'm here. I'm here to give you a beautiful memory to hang on your wall for life.

My Inspiration

They are the reason I do this. My family. My husband of close to fifteen years keeps me going and pushing to make this my profession. My children constant challenge me by making me work harder than ever to take care of them and juggle handling this business on my own. 

I take pride in being able to say I can do it all. I multitask on the daily and without them, I wouldn't be where I am. I have the experience, tools, and patience because of them. My family is my reason for keeping this business going.

100 Black Dads

Recently, I joined a local project called 100 Black Dads. A beautiful project created by Lucy Baber who invited me to capture these dads in our area and beyond and featuring them in the positive light they deserve. I believe strongly in this project and promote the message it delivers to everyone. It is my hope that it begins to erase the stereotype they often suffer from and show that these wonderful dads are doing their part regardless of what society might tell us. For more information or an interest to participate, please visit!

Figs & Cocoa

I've recently taken on a project called Figs & Cocoa, an online photography publication featuring familes and children of color. It has always been my goal to push diversity in the photography industry both online and in print.