When I'm not capturing elopements or intimate weddings, you can find me floating the Buffalo River, traveling all over the country or snuggling my three dogs and my husband at home.
I got my start in 2020 photographing last-minute elopements during the pandemic that saw couples flocking to all parts of the state to say their vows alone at sunset instead of in a big wedding venue and I simply fell in love. Fast forward to today-- I love all weddings but specialize in intimate weddings, elopements and couples. I would describe my style as documentary meets editorial, with a focus on documenting and facilitating authentic and natural connection. Basically, I love to help my couples feel at home, so that I can tell their story in an authentic way.
I love capturing all the raw emotions of an elopement day and the spectacular beauty when two people commit their lives to one another. I love creating photos that are both adventurous and nostalgic and I love helping my couples be as present as possible with one another while we create something incredible together.
I'm obsessed with documenting your love in a quiet, authentic and beautiful way that speaks loudly. I'm committed to creating images that really transport you back to a moment in time and help you remember all the good stuff.
Before I was a photographer, I worked in education. I've always loved people and helping them. But I also always had a creative side that felt stifled within a corporate job. I longed to create art for others, whether it was through the written word or something else. I found that something else when I picked up a camera a few years ago and photographed a friend's wedding last minute. I immediately felt at home behind the camera, and I loved the memories that were entrusted to me. All these years later, I never forgot the magic I felt when I was able to be witness to the beauty of life and the joining of two souls.