Thank you for stopping by! Choosing a photographer to document your engagement and wedding day is one of the most important aspects of planning your special day. Great photos tell a story, and love stories are my favorite stories to tell. My images are fresh and fun, yet still classy and real. I encourage couples to be themselves and have fun in front of my camera. It’s important to me that you feel comfortable and really enjoy your special time, your wedding day. Let’s hang out, relax and get creative. Feel free to be you!
Things I do on a wedding day beside photographing may consist of... :coordinating and directing :bustle wedding dresses :straightening details :drying off the bottom of bride and bridesmaids bouquets :I'm really good and quick with pinning boutonnieres :I've duct taped a bride that could not fit into her dress :I give hugs :To photograph children, I call Here Kitty Kitty Kitty...works every time, they look right at me. : I've helped drunk brides into limos :I've danced, there is only so many times you can hear "Wobble Baby" and not wobble. After photographing over 200 weddings, it's hard to name all the extras. In the case of Coleby and Natalie's rainy wedding day at "The Hay Barn in Collinsville Alabama, there was a bow tie to be tied. Coleby, worked for quite some time to tie the bow tie he swore was bought tied. After, I informed him I actually took it out of the package to photograph it, it was not tied..lol. With help from grandfather and groomsmen and a very slow internet video that just kept buffering, time was ticking so, I decided to try to tie the bow tie. I stated, "maybe it was like tying a shoe lace, let's try that at least." I stepped back after the actions of tying a shoe, admired my work and stated "There it's perfect, and looks great!" Coleby's grandfather and groomsmen busted out laughing, grandfather said I hope your photography skills are better that your bow tying skills. Of course I had to take a photo to remember the moment so, the below photo shows my bow-tie tying skills, or lack there of! I threw in a photo of Natalie just to show how stunning she looked, but Coleby and his bow tie was successfully tied and the newlyweds later, danced in the rain.