The laughter, the joyful tears, the surprises. The moments that you didn't plan to be captured on your wedding day. The out of the box/ untraditional/let's-just-get-married weddings.
I'm a wedding photographer that started out in that fashion and commercial photography world with an admiration for weddings. After learning the ins and outs of photography, I focused on portraiture because I loved capturing the essence of a person. Wedding photography and the connection of two people seemed like the next best step to dive into and the first wedding I ever photographed was one I'll never forget.
It was a city hall elopement followed by an intimate dinner. I clicked with the couple from the first email exchanges and by the time I left their dinner I felt this connection to them that would fuel me to take on this journey.
I've always been a cheesy "lover of love" and seeing my couples weekend after weekend declare their love for one another in front of their loved ones is something that never gets old. Every wedding is different- no two weddings are the same and I love documenting the people and moments that develop throughout my time with my couples. From the engagement session to the wedding day, I love getting a glimpse into my clients worlds and relationships. I feel lucky to document such vulnerable emotions, life changing experiences and really awesome parties!
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Tips and advice from a bride/wedding photographer on all things weddings.
A romantic, end of summer engagement session at Nostrano Vineyard with Corrin & Nickolas and their adorably fluffy pup. We can’t wait until their winter December wedding later this year! Big thanks to Kayleigh at Nostrano for letting us use their gorgeous property! Looking for a natural yet artistic wedding photographer? Let’s chat about capturing […]
A guide to wedding day photography timelines from choosing to do a first look, tips and an example timeline to use for your wedding day.