Hey, I’m Kaylie! A wedding and elopement photographer living in Northern Wyoming + traveling all over the Rocky Mountain states.
I’M ALL FOR:
– Working with adventurous couples
– Road trips + windows down
– Campfires (am I the only one who thinks it’s the best smell ever?!)
– Being unconventional + having a wedding that’s meaningful to YOU
– Coffee (I’m painfully addicted)
– Dresses with pockets
– The Office (I have pretty much every line memorized)
If you like what you see, take a sec and hop on over to my website to view more of my work + learn how I can help you create a stress-free wedding experience.
“We chose Kaylie as our photographer not only because she is beyond talented and amazing at what she does but also because of who she is. She is a beautiful person inside and out. She was so much fun and easy to work with and super funny (bonus) She made both my husband and me feel so comfortable and truly captured who we were as a couple. I can’t tell you how many times I emailed her with the most random wedding questions from photos to what colors I should choose, she willingly helped me with anything I needed. Every encounter we had with her was real, natural, and most importantly, it was fun. She, hands down, is the best.”
“My favorite part about working with Kaylie: ALL. THE. THINGS. Jed and I feel like we gained a friend through the process of having Kaylie as our photographer. We have stunning photos of our wedding day to keep forever as well as a new friend! She is so easy going, informative, genuine. I cannot say enough positive things about Kaylie as a person and as a professional.”
“I cyber-stalked Kaylie before I’d even met her and fell in love with the honest moments she captures. Even the “posed” photos aren’t posed. There’s something incredibly authentic about Kaylie’s photography. She makes you feel comfortable. This is a big thing, especially for someone who feels incredibly uncomfortable in front of the camera. She makes you laugh, goes with the flow (when you don’t really have a plan and are flying by the seat of your pants), and somehow manages to take really beautiful photos without realizing she has a camera in your face.”