Although I specialize in photographing high school senior girls, I do love other forms of portrait photography. Providing professional head shots just happens to be one of them! I have known Nicole for a few years now. She used to be our daughter’s childcare provider. Since then, she spread her passion of early childhood development to The Center for Children and Families, which is a “behavioral health agency promoting safety, permanency, and well-being of children while strengthening families.” Their goal is to “reduce the number of children who experience the trauma of removal from family and subsequent foster care placements. We believe in the power of relationship, bonding, and connectedness to a child’s birth family, when in the best interest of the child.”
Due to her son’s learning disability, Nicole wanted a career where she could continue to help people, but have the flexibility in her schedule to spend more time with her family. She and her husband have also been flipping houses for over 12 years, so it made sense for her to get her license to save on other realtor’s fees. When she was a teenager and wanted to “get away”, she would wander through furniture shops and hardware stores creating rooms and gaining an understanding of cost. She would figure out ways to create the looks she saw in magazines without paying top dollar. When she was only 20, she bought her first home. Since then she and her husband have flipped over a dozen homes. Creating a home that is her “own”, or her client’s “own”, is deep in her blood. She is extremely passionate about finding exactly what her clients need.
Her attention to detail, organization, and hard work ethic makes her the perfect person for this demanding career. She is dedicated to her clients and passionate about helping people find their dream home. You can check her out here and here.