5 years ago I picked up a camera on a whim and never looked back. I didn't know it then, but it was definitely one of the best things that ever happened to me. Over the past 3 years I've gotten to serve so many sweet couples and build relationships with them. There's nothing more meaningful then getting to photograph a family all the way from their engagement to their first photos as a family of three. (and hopefully beyond that!)
When I'm not working I love nothing more than either spending my days at home curled up with my cat, an iced coffee, and watching a true crime documentary or on a plane getting ready to explore a fun new place (and probably getting lost in the process trying to find a coffee shop...)
If there’s one lesson I’ve learned from my photography journey, it’s how powerful photos are. A few years ago I found this quote that I think perfectly sums it up…
“We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone.” - Katie Thurmes
Wedding days are a whirlwind and they go by in the blink of an eye. There are so many special moments, big and small, that happen on a wedding day, some of those moments you do not even see until you receive the photos.
That’s where I come in. I am a storyteller, here to capture every moment of your day, and to be your eyes on your wedding day so that in years to come you can sit down and look at your images; reliving the best day of your life over and over.
That’s one reason photography is SO important; because it’s the only thing that you get to keep once the wedding is over. The images that tell your love story, that you can keep, and pass on for generations to come.
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