Over my years of being a photographer I’ve learned I don’t want to be just a vendor that shows up on your wedding day, takes some photos and then after I deliver your gallery we never talk again. I want to be involved in the experience of you getting married. I want to capture something that’s a little deeper, more meaningful. What I need from you is openness, the ability to get to know who you are as a couple…because in the end, what it comes down to is connection.
I want to get my shoes muddy with you, warm up over coffee together, and capture all the spontaneous and gritty moments that happen. These are the moments that make up your wedding day. I don’t want you to be worried about me capturing the perfect photos, or if everything is running perfectly. I want you to be present in the moment. I want you to feel every emotion that floods over you, and not worry about the wedding production trap. Feel connected to the people who’ve come to celebrate with you, breathe in the air that surrounds you. Because in 10-15 years down the road you’ll find that getting married was the most perfect moment because it was YOUR moment.
I'm a coffee and donut addict and impulsive book buyer. I love the feeling of when the perfect song comes on the radio when the windows are rolled down and I cannot say no to Chinese take-out or Mexican food! I specialize in smaller and more intimate weddings of 150 people or less and elopements. Whole weekend wedding day rendezvous, taking a trip somewhere special and beautiful, or one day magic against the open sky, I’m so humbled to be there for you.