About Me

When I was 7 my father took me to a public pool and told me to take my clothes off while he helped my little sister. I happily complied by removing my swimsuit as well as my outer garments, and didn't really understand why that caused such a fuss.

At 17 I visited the Vatican on a mission trip and became enamored by the art nudes the group leaders tried to keep us from seeing. For the first time in my life, I was seeing women depicted as strong, courageous, worthy, confident...

At 19 years old I quit my full time job at a law firm to become a nude model. I knew it would help me grow my confidence and change the way I viewed myself, but had no idea how thoroughly it would change my life.

Through my work as a nude model I have been involved in the creation of art using nearly every medium imaginable: in addition to digital still and video work, my resume includes Polaroid, wet plate, and large format film, as well as body paint and performance art. My photos have been in movies, displayed at the Louvre, and shared on Playboy TV, and comics using my likeness have been in multiple publications, including Heavy Metal Magazine.

I bring to every shoot years of experience, a collaborative spirit, tons of creativity, and a healthy sense of adventure. I see myself as an avatar of the Divine Feminine, tasked with merging my creativity and experience with yours to create something that moves those who view it. 

More interested in substance than style, I recognize that beauty can be messy, the sacred can be chaotic. I love shooting in nature, reveling in the unexpected moments of beauty that occur among life's complexities. I also appreciate the simplicity of a blank white wall as a canvas.

I've used my work as a model to release a childhood of religious programming (and all the patriarchal bullshit society heaped on top of it), to reclaim my body, and to create the freedom to live my life on my own terms.

Now, it's my goal to use my work as an artist and muse to help others do the same. I believe that our bodies are sacred, our voices worth raising, and that our work will heal the world.

Let's make some art.


My portfolio shows many sides of me. Here are a few more....

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