When I’m not capturing wedding days or dreaming up a new business idea, you’ll find me cuddling up at home with my husband Chase and our cat Georgie watching Magnolia network. Together we love Jesus and seeing people come alive in their passions.
My business grew faster than I ever dreamed and as I grew up, so did my business! I quickly went from a newbie with little experience to photographing hundreds of seniors and dozens of weddings every season. Now, I’ve found a pace of life and business that feels like home - not too crazy, but still plenty to do for the can’t-sit-still busy body that I am. I love helping other creatives find the success I did while also finding balance.
Just a few months later, I took a leap of faith, unenrolled from college a week before moving in, went full time in my business, and never looked back!
I want to show you how extraordinaire your love story really is. You don’t need a mountain top magical moment for your love to be incredibly special and worth documenting. To be a fit and work well with me, all you need is to be joyful and genuine and willing to show up as yourself.
We love a good home project, the mountains, trying any and all restaurants we come across, watching Suits (and though he’d never admit it, The Bachelor too), Sunday mornings in church, and with the people we love most.
He’s a manager in the corporate world and kicks butt every day - although the rest of what he does remains a mystery to me.
We actually moved up our wedding by 2 days because the first lockdown went into effect at midnight the day of our wedding. Talk about unforgettable! I totally understand plans changing and going with the flow. Our wedding day was proof that all you really need is each other… oh, and a great photographer!
He read me a journal entry he had written in Haiti about me (CUTE, right?!) and got down on one knee. I said the best yes of my life.
We became friends over an 8-hour hike we took with the team on the final day of the trip. There’s no way that we’ll ever forget that day, in part because of the pain in our legs after climbing all day, but also because I was in the best company the entire way up - I found my person and forever hiking buddy.