Creativity is baked into my DNA. I come from a long line of artists and performers and feel a near-compulsion to express my inner creativity, whether with paint, flowers, a pen and paper, my voice, or a guitar. Carrying this wild creative energy has led me down a winding career path that’s included moving from coast to coast, a professional music career, freelance writing, consignment painting, a Master’s degree with a desk job, and ultimately a desire to get my hands dirty and play with flowers.

Using floral and succulents as mediums for my art and bringing music back to the forefront of my life have allowed me to harness my untamed passions into a thriving career. Working with couples in love on one of the most beautiful days of their lives brings me incredibly deep satisfaction. 

photo: Nomadic Weddings

Working with me means having a creative partner who can cultivate your seed of an idea and transform it into a fully fleshed-out vision. I will provide a customized floral plan designed to maximize every dollar of your floral spend to create exactly the atmosphere you’re looking for on your special day. Whether you’ve built out a complex Pinterest board or have no idea where to start, I’m here to help. I will work closely with your wedding planner to ensure a seamless experience for you and your guests, and I will bring the same enthusiasm and curiosity to your wedding florals and ceremony music as I do to each and every one of my own creative projects.

When I’m not using my hands for art or gardening, I’m using them to pet and snug my sweet pups, Dexter (a pit/boxer rescue from San Francisco) and Beatrice (a res dog from Underdog Rescue here in Moab). These two bring unquantifiable joy to my life, and sometimes they help me with my business too! Dexter is the smooshiest snuggliest baby land seal, and Bea is the slinkiest little bat-eared snow weasel. To look at them is to love them—and to laugh at them (a lot).

photo: Ella Sophie

My husband and I like to spend as much time as we can outside climbing, hiking, SUPing, skiing, snowshoeing, really anything that connects our minds and bodies to nature. We love to travel and found ourselves in Moab in March of 2020 when the pandemic hit. Our plan to stay in Moab for a one-month working vacation grew into nearly three, and by the mid-way point, we realized we never wanted to leave. We moved to Moab in the fall of 2020 to be closer to the things we love to do and to escape the city grind. We still love to travel but have found our bliss here in this little desert town.

I’m supremely confident that you will absolutely fall in love with the Moab desert when you come to celebrate your love and commitment and declare it to the world. I can’t wait to work with you!