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I’m a Yankee by birth but a Southern storyteller at heart. As a photojournalist, I have pursued projects focusing on rural communities in Latin America and the Southeastern United States. My work has appeared in publications such as the New York Times Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle. My photographs of migrant farmworkers were chosen for a book titled The Human Cost of Food: Farmworker’s Lives, Labor and Advocacy, published by the University of Texas Press.
I earned a degree in photojournalism from the University of Missouri, where I was named one of the Scripps-Howard Foundation’s Top Ten Young Journalists. When I stumbled upon wedding photography, I quickly traded my front row seat to world history for a front row seat to family history. Along with Andrew Niesen and Mark Adams, I started a wedding photography company, LaCour. In a few short years, LaCour became one of the premiere wedding photography studios in the U.S. and was named among the “Top Ten Wedding Photographers in the World” by American Photo magazine. I’m also a co-founder of ShootQ, innovative web-based studio management software designed to free photographers from the tedious tasks of managing their business. When I’m not spending time with Andrew, I can usually be found traveling, reading books about art or entrepreneurship, or sampling my favorite red wines –- Barolo and Barbaresco!
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