My Approach…

Capture the love and keep it real


I get it…

There’s a million wedding photographers out there creating beautiful photographs and sometimes it’s hard to see how they are different. Choosing a wedding photographer can seem like a daunting process and I totally understand because I’ve been there myself. That’s why I like to lay it all out and be very clear about my approach, style and the experience you will have with me. I know that my style is the perfect fit for some and anything but for others. And that’s totally ok because ultimately, I want your day to be perfect and for your photographer to be the best fit for YOU. Your photographer is one of the people you will see the most on your wedding day so it’s important they are someone you connect with and genuinely like.


If you want a fun and down to earth photographer that feels more like a friend and is just as excited for your big day as you are, then I’m your girl!

My photography mantra is natural, fun, and authentic. I’m not into taking a lot of stiff and posed photos and applying a ton of retouching to the images. I want the real stuff.  I prefer to get you moving and give you prompts that will make you feel comfortable and bring out your natural dynamic and real emotions. Of course all weddings come with a certain amount of mandatory, posed group shots but once those are finished I spend most of my time focused on capturing candid moments of guests and photos of the bride and groom that capture their dynamic. I love all the details that you incorporate into your wedding because they are a direct reflection of who you are as a couple and I always make sure to capture them in photographs. However, I’m definitely not obsessive with detail shots as my goal is to capture the overall feel and emotion of the day and not every tiny detail. I have an easy-going approach and try to fit into your wedding day as seamlessly as possible.  At the same time, I’m great at dealing with groups of people and wrangling uncooperative guests when necessary (i.e. troublemaking groomsmen).