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I am a…

  • Photographer
  • Writer
  • Video content creator
  • Digital Artist
  • WordPress website creator
  • Social media manager
  • Digital strategist
  • Web-stats and results enthusiast
  • Project coordinator
  • Online community developer
  • Connector of people and ideas
  • Licensed Missouri Realtor (I don’t use it, but I maintain my license)
  • Adventurer

Personal Projects:

I like to keep my skills sharp in my spare time by playing around online… Sometimes, I’m too nostalgic to delete what I’ve created. The sites below, except for my bird brand TheBirdyBabe, are not updated nor maintained. 



I have three cockatoos, and this is what I’m most “known” for. A short clip of Arthur biting my ear went viral in 2015 and was aired on Tosh.0, Jimmy Kimmel, and other shows. Click the logo above to go to which is an aggregate site of my social media.

VintageReveries is my St. Louis history blog of personally scanned ephemera, complete portfolio of retro looks that I’ve photographed, and formerly also my ecommerce site for selling vintage womens clothing. It previously ranked on the first page of Google for terms such as “1930s fashion” and “pinup photographer St. Louis”. It still gets around 100 hits per day from search engines.


WelcomeStLouis originally started as a ratings and review site, where I reviewed and rated fun and cool places in St. Louis that I’d been, and then I turned it into an attempt at my realtor blog. I helped friends buy a house and realized that I wasn’t cut out to be a realtor. I am unsure what I’m going to do with the site going forward.

SelfShotMagazine is a project and idea that I keep deleting, coming back to and building, and deleting again. It’s my eventual goal to officially launch it as an ad supported online publication about everything related to self portraits, selfies, self-videos, and all aspects of self-shooting.

I pride myself in being fearless, spontaneous, and taking calculated risks.

In 2015, I was testing a new video camera hidden behind a pumpkin that I was trying to get my birds to stand upon. Getting a bloody ear and no cute Halloween photos, I posted the clip of Arthur biting my ear to my brand new Youtube channel. When an agent from Junkin Media contacted me about licensing the clip, I figured that I was making zero on my new channel, so it’s not like I could make less money. A few months later my friends started calling me and I got a ton of hateful comments and emails, signs that this clip had gone viral. After that, it was shown widely on national television including Tosh.0, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Right This Minute.

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