Momarazzi Studios was born from a love of memories. The need to capture a moment in time that no one will ever believe without proof. My son once told me that I was worse than the paparazzi, and from that point forward he referred to me as his MOMarazzi.  I am that person that has to take a picture because no one will ever believe me if I don't. I can't tell a story without showing a picture to bring the memories to life.

For many years, I ate, drank, & breathed co-ed cheerleading as a coach. Getting kids involved and into college was my main focus. I then got to take my knowledge of the sport and challenged myself to getting the "ULTIMATE" shot. With competitive cheerleading, you have 2:30 sec to capture the shot. There are no timeouts, next quarter, or 2nd chances. It is a rush when you capture that moment that someone can't wait to see on social media. I now create lasting, timeless memories from my images.

I now take my passion for action sports and add a touch of magic. I bring to life a piece of graphic art that captures the inner athlete. I ask our athletes to give me their best game face, just as you would catch in the heat of a play, to give it their all as if I am their opponent.  

I also seek out the opportunity to involve athletes and ensure their skills on and off the field are seen. "Getting kids to college" is something that is a huge passion of ours.


We have been featured in American Cheerleader Magazine and The Cheer Leader Magazine. We also work closely with many media outlets to ensure that athlete's stories are shared.
1. Mothers who constantly follow their children around with several cameras and video taking equipment, snapping photos at each turn and documenting each milestone or event with at least two dozen photos and a video. 2. Groups of aforementioned mothers 3. When referring to yourself as described above 
1. You can’t even get close to the swings because of all the mamarazzi. 2. I can’t believe how many photos I took of baby Madison on the slide! I’m such a mamarazzi! 3. What's with all the mamarazzi? It's just a bloody hair cut.