Feel that spark?

a few things to consider:

I have a distinct style and it's so important to me that my clients are into it and that it matches their style as well.  I would describe myself as having a moody yet timeless style and strive towards documentary + candid photographs.  I'm definitely not super into the posed, stiff looking shots.  At the end of the day, I want you to be happy, and if you would be happier with someone else, I'm more than ok with that.  If it sounds like our styles would flow, then let's do this thing!

My work relies on the light I'm given; what that means is, if you see a wedding I shot up in the mountains and you're getting married in a warehouse, they're going to look completely different (don't get me wrong, I love a good warehouse wedding).  Try to look for photos that will provide a similar setting and lighting.  I'm confident that wherever you end up, your photos will look great, just take lighting and photos into consideration when choosing your venue.  If you have further questions about how to choose a venue that'll give ya great light, lemme know, I'd love to chat with you!

You have to give it to get it.  Everyone's seen the super passionate, intimate, almost nauseatingly cute couples on social media.  It's great and I love that emotional work is such a trend right now.  Having had photos like that taken with my husband, it can definitely be harder than it looks.  Not only do you have to trust your significant other, you also have you reallllly trust your photographer!  Behind every cuddled up couple, is a photographer who is uncomfortably close with their camera.  Documenting couples and their love is such a special part of my job so if you're down, I'm SO down.

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CAPTURING AUTHENTIC MOMENTS, PASSIONATE LOVE, AND ALL THE SMALL THINGS IN BETWEEN

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