Wedding + Elopement Photography Experience
Love will see you through
At the end of the day, all we have is each other and our memories. Nothing can prepare you for the wild time that is your wedding, and tbh you won’t remember it all. That’s where I come in.
Showing up for you
I’m about connection. Me + you + your person + your weirdness + your love + your family + your friends + well, you get the picture. If you’re looking for a photographer who will just show up, go through the motions, send you some files and peace out - it ain’t me, babe. I don’t want to be some rando that just passes through with a camera - I want to get to know you! I want you to feel comfortable around me, to trust me, and to let yourself feel vulnerable in front of me. No matter what size your wedding will be, it’s a big deal to me. I’m a really great problem solver and it’s what makes me so good at shooting weddings! I over-prepare so that I can do my thing, get creative, and keep stress levels low on your day. I aim to be five steps ahead of everything you need so you can focus on being present with everyone you love.
No weird cheesy poses
I want your photos to make you laugh, cry, and have all the feels. I’ll capture every moment the way it unfolds, with all its raw beauty and emotion, not some fake, posey, weird version of you. I don’t want your day to be about smiling for a camera, because it’s going to be so much more than that. No fake smiles, no cheesy poses, nothing forced; I let things happen naturally and organically. I’ll give you direction and space so you can focus on each other so that when you get your photos back, you remember the real moments, not ones looking into a camera until your teeth hurt. I want you to look, feel and be yourselves - cause that’s where the loves at.
We’ll have a dang good time!
Most people say I’m pretty fun! On your wedding day, your friends and family are my friends and family. I want to give you the best experience possible, not just the prettiest photos. I'll laugh with you, cry with your mom, snap back at your sassy uncle, and at the end of the night you’ll find me breaking it down (very badly) on the dance floor.