I'm Sarah, an adventurous natural light portrait and fashion photographer. (What a mouthful!) I'm based in the East Bay Area and San Francisco, but am always looking for opportunities to go elsewhere! I thrive in creative and intimate sessions that take us to the bottom of waterfalls or stretches of endless desert. I'm inspired by you, your vision, and your authentic moments. I want to do whatever I can to make your wildest dreams come true. I will run up the side of a mountain to chase the last light, get soaked in the Pacific Ocean for the happiest moments, and chat with you for hours to get to know each other.

I photograph weddings, elopements, engagements, seniors, and fashion/editorial. I want to customize any session to you, whether it's a private estate wedding or an elopement in the mountains. I will capture your most important moments and create meaningful stories. I'm also passionate about fashion and editorial with a retro note. I get excited about classic cars and vintage spots like pink diners or drive-in movies. If any combination of the two excite you, then we're probably a match made in heaven!

Whether you're a bride entrusting me with your special day or a brand looking to create captivating content, get in touch and let's embark on an adventure.


Travel Dates

Let's connect. Want me to travel to your location? Reach out and let's make it happen!


Big SUr


Starting at $3500

Familes + Couples
Starting at $400

Starting at $550

Starting at $900

City Hall Weddings
Starting at $500

Starting at $300

Bloggers + ‘Influencers’
Starting at $250

Photography Mentor Sessions
Contact for Details


Message me with any questions and details!

All packages are customizable. Discounts offered with referrals.


A Little More

  My boyfriend/second shooter and I share the same birthday.
  I've been dancing for 16 years, and am currently on an Urban Hip-Hop team.
–  I have a very round cat named Oscar.
–  I am a graphic designer at StitchFix in San Francisco.
–  I like my oranges peeled, not sliced.
–  I can rip a phonebook in half.


Header photo by Ian Teraoka, Carousel photo 1 by Erin Northcutt, Photo 2 by Megan Welker,
Photo 3 by Phil Lee, Photo 4 by Michelle Larmand.