Hi! I'm Tammy! It's great to finally meet you.
You and I? We’re visual people. We pay attention to detail and place a high priority on doing things the right way, the first time, with enthusiasm. We like to work hard, create art, and have an excellent time doing it. Devoted customer service and client interaction is a high priority. A twelve hour day on our feet the whole time? Count me in, I’ve brought granola bars.
We’re a team: flash ninjas, mad scientists, the dynamic duo of storytelling.
I'm your second. Your second set of hands when you need just one more flash. Your second pair of eyes on the scene. I play interception between you and Uncle George who’s had a few too many at the open bar. I’m the missing-aunt finder when you’ve got five minutes left for that group shot.
I’m a brand ambassador for your vision and style.
A Little About Me
I’m an active duty United States Marine stationed in the Washington, DC area. I’ve been enlisted as a Combat Photographer/Videographer since 2008. I’ve been deployed twice, photographed many cool things in many different countries, blown stuff up, worked alongside high ranking military and government officials, flown in more helicopters than I could ever want to, and I once stood in line for two hours on a ship just to eat corn dogs for lunch.
I'm a photographer with a business habit, a closet economics nerd, a habitual NPR fan, and one who thinks there's nothing more fine in this world than a cat in a Christmas sweater. I enjoy putting my all into a hard days work and having that exhausting sense of a job well done at the end of the day.
What I Do
Currently I am employed full time shooting, producing, and editing videos for Headquarters Marine Corps Combat Camera in Washington, D.C.
I spend my free time assisting primary wedding photographers, focusing on my own portraiture and personal work, or continuing to expand my skill set in photography and video production.
I am currently pursing my Bachelors of Science in Business with a Marketing emphasis.
I am looking to network with working professionals to improve my own skill set, share knowledge, collaborate on creative projects, and be part of a team comprised of fun people who aren't going to hate when I go back for seconds at the Dunkin' Donuts box.