Tilly is a contemporary, Seattle family photographer. Her ardor and ambition for her craft is evident in every moment she captures. She is relentless in portraying the genuine essence of her clients. With a photojournalistic eye, she records fleeting memories to be cherished for all time.
Her personable and comforting nature sets her apart. She makes the most anxious customer feel at ease and can soothe even the most troublesome toddler. Each session is designed to complement the personality of the individual or family.
As one of Seattle’s premier photographers, she desires to capture beautiful moments throughout all of our life milestones. She’s also passionate about empowering women and capturing their strength and beauty. Her photography captures the love of a child and the strength of a couple.
Tilly lives in the picturesque Seattle suburbs with her son and dog. When not pondering light and shadows, you will find her sipping wine and watching the boats go by on Lake Washington. Tilly also relishes taking black and white photos with her “old” film camera, one of her favorite forms of photography and immersing herself in new cultures through travel.
In her bag, you will find a Nikon D810, 35mm 1.4, 20mm 2.8
THE REAL STUFF:
One of my most favorite college jobs was working for Discount Tire; yep changing tires.
I am the opposite of a fashionista but feel like I need to be because I am a photographer.
I was born with a cleft pallet but forget about it until I see photos of myself.
I love woodworking.
I love the TV show Billons, Peaky Blinders and Ray Donovon.
I love to feed the crows and squirrels in my backyard and tell everyone is for my son; it’s not. It is all about me.
I have never felt comfortable with my body and weight, though I am stronger than most and fitness is a higly regarded hobby of mine.
I worry other Moms judge me because I work so much.
I am loyal.
My son is my greatest challenge and accomplishment.
I am a fierce go-getter there is little I won’t try and accomplish.
I love making other women see their inherent beauty.