I'm Abby. I love adventures. 

I'm a landscape and adventure photographer, artist , and outdoor advocate based in Boulder, Colorado. I believe photos and visual communication can be the gateway for people to discover meaningful experiences in the outdoors. I see my job as a way to leverage visual tools such as photos, videos, graphics, and words in order to inspire outdoor adventure, educate others about the outdoors, and lead people to meaningful, outdoor experiences.

I graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Communication Design and Environmental Science. Everyone asked me how I was going to combine the two things that seemed so different at the time. I’ve come to think they’re not all so different after all. Visual communication is a powerful and important tool in the outdoor industry not only to share information, but to inspire adventure and ultimately cultivate stewardship and conservation of natural resources. 

A photo can be someone’s first introduction to a natural resource, and has the power to convince them to learn more or even visit. Once you visit and experience the outdoors, it's hard not to fall in love. And once you love something, you want to protect it. 

I started this blog because I believe in the power of visual communication to move people from awareness of the outdoors all the way to stewardship of natural resources. 

I don't just talk about the outdoors. I live it. In my free time, I love hiking, kayaking, biking, and traveling. 

My Philosophy

My background

I grew up in Dayton, Ohio then studied graphic design and environmental science at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana (Go Irish!). After graduating in 2016, I got a job as a naturalist at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, Delaware. I bought my first camera, moved to Delaware, and started taking photos of the landscapes. Eventually I started taking photos of events and then weddings. I photographer my first wedding in 2017. In 2018, I became the marketing director for Delaware State Parks where I oversaw all photography for the state park system. 

After living in Delaware for 5.5 years, I moved to Colorado in 2021. Now I'm now a full-time photographer in Boulder, Colorado and I get to travel all over the country and meet amazing people. .

A few things
about me

Get to know me better! Here are a few things about me. 

Some of my
personal adventures. 

I love kayaking, hiking, biking, traveling, and eating ice cream. I've been to 47/50 states and 27 countries.

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