Now that you’ve found your forever love, it’s time to find your perfect photographer.

Trust me: your wedding day is going to be a blur of beauty, excitement, love, and joy that will be over before you know it. You want photos that aren’t only going to stand the test of time, but that are going to be able to capture all of it so that you can continue to relive the day for years to come. Cheesy? Maybe, but so true.


My goal is to capture timeless photos that reflect the authentic experience of the day and the celebration of your love. Forget the trendy edits and forced moments, I want to give you photos that help you relive every moment of your wedding day as it happened… the look on your partner’s face when they see you for the first time, the detail of the lacing on your second generation wedding gown—even Great-Aunt Laurie’s epic dance moves.

Sure, my official job title is wedding photographer, but I’d like to believe that I bring so much more to the table.  I absolutely love what I do and one of my favorite parts of what I do is supporting my clients. For me, your wedding starts long before the actual wedding day. It starts as soon as you sign a contract with me. From that moment forward, consider me part of your team! I know that planning a wedding can be stressful, so I’m here to help if I can! That’s why working with me means more than just hiring a photographer. You’re getting someone who really cares and wants to support you.


You are also getting someone who is willing to help you plan the timing of the day, someone who wants to help you understand lighting, someone who wants you to actually experience your wedding day instead of feeling like you’re constantly being forced to smile in front of a camera, someone who will be honest with you and someone who wants to make sure that you feel communicated with!

Below you will find some of my favorite moments from wedding days past. I put them in the order of a wedding day to hopefully give you an idea of how it may feel to see your own story unfold. Enjoy!

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