Hello, my name is Robyn.
I'm a Kansas girl living in Boston. I'm a wife to a goofy, yet charming, software engineer. We love traveling the world together.
I love pickles, YouTube, backyard barbecues, critical thinking, home decor, and movie nights.
I’m working my way to owning a motorcycle and a yacht. Don’t worry, I already have my helmet…and…a swimming suit?
I've been capturing photos for about a decade now, since I carried around a pink point and shoot during my college years. It has continued to evolved in a way I never imagined and hope that it will continue to do so. I love the places it has taken me and the friendships it has created.
More than my passion for photography is my love for people. I value relationships and experiences over any golden light or stunning landscape. My primary focus is to build a relationship with anyone who's in front of my camera, and know them as a friend more than a client.
I'm for those who love the in between moments, who prefer mood over technically correct, who stray from the traditional and like to get a little dirty, and who aren't afraid to run around or get some sand in their shoes for a killer shot. I love traveling and will hop on a plane in a heartbeat to come photograph you! If you connect with that, I'd love to hear from you!
I am an award winning photographer who specializes in the moments you might think are mundane and boring - but I see an image and story.
DETAILS & THINGS
What’s in my bag: Camera
Canon 1DX Mark II. Use the best, make the best.
I carry a basic black Amazon Basic backpack for everything. Who needs to spend $200 when you can spend $18.
For all things meetings & moments I shouldn’t use my computer, I use a Moleskin Professional Notebook. It was given to me by a dear friend. The size is too large to carry around all the time, but it sits on my desk for all written needs.
I work hard to stay organized - even in my backpack. I use a leather pouch to keep all my cords/adapters/chargers. Oh, and I never ever ever leave the house without a mint. Note the best mints ever: Lifesaver Wint O Green. Must be the x-large bag.
Boston weather requires I constantly carry an umbrella. This one has stood up to the test of time.
I recently upgraded to a 2018 MacBook Pro 15-inch configured to meet all my processing needs. Thank you, Matt Bunch. This replaced a 2011 MacBook Pro 13” that had been upgraded with a SSD hard drive.
When I am at my desk at home, I am hooked up to a Acer 32” Monitor.
I carry a 64GB black iPhone X wrapped in a black Silk Smartish Wallet Case. It has saved my phone from at least a dozen drops to hard surfaces. (I have used the other version of the Silk Smartish Wallet Case and it works just as well - although, I found that the rounded corners aren’t as visually appealing.)
On my homescreen sits 24 (it holds 28) applications. I keep a black wallpaper because I believe my phone is a tool for my progress. This is based on an article I read in 2018 via BetterHumans. “A great tool serves only one purpose: to put control in your hands at all times, whether you’re wielding it or not.” - Niklas Göke
Notable Homescreen mentions:
I also wear a gen 3 black Nike Apple Watch with the tan/black strap.
At any time of day, I’m probably listening to a podcast or music playlist via YouTube.