So, the way we commemorate it should be, too! You and your fiancé share a passion for adventure and a belief that experiences are infinitely more valuable than things. So, while bouquets are lovely and finding the right table cloths would be nice, your focus is on planning a one-of-a-kind celebration you can share with the ones you love most. You want to feel free to enter fully into each moment, not just of your wedding day but of the lead up to it, too! And you want photos that feel immersive and sincere so you can relive the highlights for decades to come.
And I’ve gotta say, all that speaks right to my soul. I hope to bring you all that and more. Through my endless client resources -- including a planning guide, vendor recommendations, timeline prep, and a few little surprises I don’t want to spoil! -- I take the stress out of the planning experience. And with a natural approach to prompting and direction, even the most camera-shy in your crew is sure to feel comfy in front of my lens. You really can have the dramatic wedding images you love without any behind-the-scenes drama you dread! So, get ready to laugh ‘til your face hurts and savor a wedding photography experience unlike any other.
You’re freaking crazy about your fiancé. And here’s the thing: at the end of the day, that’s all that really matters. Let your other vendors and me take care of the to-do lists; you just count down the days until your love story becomes your forever. And I can’t wait to celebrate it with you!
You think you’re awkward in photos. When a camera appears, you might forget how human hands work or what a natural smile looks like. You’d rather just do your thing while a photographer happens to catch it all. And that’s okay! If there’s one thing I’m good at, it’s creating a natural atmosphere that builds confidence during a photo session!
You cringe at the thought of posing for a camera. The thought of having a “smile and say cheese” style of photographer cover your wedding or elopement makes you want to run off into the wilderness and never come back! You’d rather have photos that are real instead of Pinterest-perfect.