My forte when it comes to work at Outspoke is knocking out tasks in an efficient manner. Once I get a flow with something I’m working with, I zone out the rest of the world and become a serious workhorse. I’m also really good at organizing tasks as well as shooting different photography styles to meet the needs of our various clients.
I enjoy that I’m able to help our company move as a fluid system by processing sites through in a quicker manner. I like that our clients are different and I never quite know what kind of site we’re going to work on next; it always keeps me on my toes.
I was the kind of weirdo growing up that went to the library so frequently that every librarian knew me… even funnier, I had my bar code memorized to check out my books. I spent my summers buried in books, going on bike rides, and spending the entire month of July at church camp, girl scout camp, and my family camp at Salt Fork. To add to my nerdiness, I won a scholarship to space camp in Huntsville, Alabama when I was 12. It was hands down one of the coolest experiences I’ve ever had.
I’ve tried multiple sports throughout life… swim team, soccer, softball, gymnastics, dance, etc… but I found my love in running (cross country and track) at the age of 12 and haven’t looked back. I even was fortunate to run for a division one college, Kent State University.
In my free time, I probably spend majority of my time shooting photos. I primarily like to shoot lifestyle, portraiture, fitness, engagement, and motorcycle photography. I spend a lot of time going to metal shows with friends as well as hanging out at many of the multiple craft breweries around the city. I’d have to say my favorite is Trve. There’s a lot of things about Denver that I love. Being a quick escape away from the mountains ranks pretty high on my list. I also love the cycling community and motorcycle community here. I was lucky enough to join The Scarlet Headers, an all-female motorcycle group in Denver, shortly after I moved here a few years ago and they quickly became a family to me.