I'm an entrepreneur and content photographer. I help women create BETTER, more meaningful content for their business so they stop dreading it, and start getting the attention their brand deserves.
Since starting my business in 2017, I've learned the power of producing high quality content. It's attractive and magnetic. It makes killer first impressions. It gets massive audience growth. I have a knack for turning "blah" into beautiful and I help newbie bloggers, ambitious creatives and service-based entrepreneurs do just that.
With the help of thousands of beautifully curated photos and graphic templates, my mission is to help women save time, create gorgeous promotional content for themselves or their clients, and level up their visual branding that finally makes this whole content marketing thing EASY.
With the help of my team of photographers and designers, I've been able to grow the Pixistock membership into the thousands (and we're still growing). We're a community of passionate, female action-takers who understand the power of visual content and how it can skyrocket your brand online.
But growing my membership didn't happen overnight. The struggle was REAL.
"Can I get a serving of the lowly cubicle with the hustle on the side?"
Like so many of us, I set out for the perfect 9-5 dream career. I didn't hate my government job, but there were always days I felt out of place. I was at the bottom of the totem pole - literally, the youngest and the least paid - a quiet introvert in her cubicle with a humble desire to create her life on her own terms.
So my quest was set: interior designer by day - content photographer by night.
One photo added to my content library became 2 photos. 2 became 10. 10 became hundreds. And before I knew it, I had a thriving content creation and styled stock membership with hundreds of members! In less than 6 months of starting, I was finally saying goodbye to my 9-5 job.
Back then, I was no "photographer." Imposter syndrome was REAL. But I knew that when you're just starting out, and you're in doubt, you KEEP CREATING CONTENT, and the right people will come. You don't stop.