Tiffany's story is more fun on paper than it is in person. That's not a self-deprecating statement. In fact, it has become her drive to be interesting in person. Inside her brain is a convoluted mixture between optimism and realism, and unlike some artists, she tends to favor the ground rather than the skies.

She found her love of photography at an early age. Specifically on an autumn morning in 2005 when her dad taught her the rule of thirds. He wasn't a professional photographer by any means, but his lesson sparked a tiny firework in her mind.

Since then, Tiffany has photographed hundreds of thousands of images with her trusty Nikon. She graduated summa cum laude from the Art Institutes with a degree in one hand and SD cards in the other. She briefly worked in the corporate media world photographing for big companies like Absolut Vodka, SSUR, Simon Malls, Disney, etc. After her time in Hollywood, she left in favor of collaborating with small businesses and creative individuals.

She loves when people make her photos their social media profile pictures and considers that the highest compliment in our modern day world.

A thing that you see in my pictures
is that I was not afraid to
fall in love with these people.

Annie Leibovitz