Lisa’s motto is to “Live life with Strength, Love, and Adventure!” It is even tattooed on her arm as a daily reminder! 


Born and raised in Washington, and now living on Puget Sound on her boat, MV Our Dance, she seeks out any adventure outdoors: kayaking down a waterway, hiking and backpacking along endless trails, listening to the waves crash while sleeping on the beach, biking a gorgeous trail, traveling by motorhome in foreign countries, or just casting off lines to see where the Salish Sea takes her, but she is doing it all, camera in one hand and her husband’s hand in the other!


As a local and world travel, landscape and portrait photographer, Lisa has a burning passion for photography and living a purposeful life. She loves sharing what she sees, feels, and experiences to bring the World to people who cannot see it themselves and then to inspire others to seek out their own beautiful places and adventures. After her son’s suicide, she is determined and driven to share and remind everyone that there IS still beauty, hope and good in this world!


She also love to celebrate people! Portraits are an amazing way to keep your memories alive and to hold on to your moments! Her portrait photography finds and captures the uniqueness and personality of each individual person that she photographs!


Contact Lisa with any questions or to book a portrait session!

Thank you for being here!






Published or show in:

Explore Washington State, published images and stories

1889 Washington's Magazine, published photo

The Wall Street Journal's "Off Duty", published photo

Washington Tasting Room Magazine, published photo

Dragonfly Magazine, published photos and featured photographer

3 Elements Review Magazine, published photo and contributing photographer

Komo 4 News, Seattle, multiple images 

48 Degrees North Magazine, multiple images

Betz Family Winery, gallery

Sol Stone Winery multiple solo galleries 

Zerba Cellars,  solo gallery

Dusted Valley Winery, solo gallery 

Lynnwood Library Artist Gallery, solo gallery

Woodinville Weekly Newspaper, interview and spotlight