A natural people person, Emma is avidly curious about those around her, and the stories that make them who they are. She listens more than she speaks, and her observation of humanity extends to her art: photography. Emma graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in photo journalism and informatics. From there, she found her niche in client communication. Today, she works with clients like Johnson Jensen, the Indianapolis Parks Foundation, and Chatham Park Development. As an avid dog lover, she spends her days outside of the office with her golden, Monty, and her friends and family.
Clients should feel at ease. I want them to know that they aren’t in this alone. I’m here to help achieve progress with as little stress as possible.
I’ve always been drawn to creative types. Musicians, painters, photographers. Creative people motivate me.
It’s not about me. I’m an empathizer. Seeing someone get excited makes me excited for them. I become invested in the people around me, and I like to learn the story behind the person—what makes them tick, their quirks, all of it.
Photography came naturally. It all started with this tiny blue digital camera I got on my twelfth birthday. From there, I just kind of ran with it. I went from taking goofy pictures of my friends to eventually starting my own freelance business. And I spend hours poring over the images of Pete Souza, Chris Burkard, and Annie Leibovitz.
Dogs are my life. They’ve been with me since the beginning, there for all the milestones. Just a constant source of happiness. And my four-year-old golden retriever Monty is, by far, the goodest boy out there.