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!
These past two months have been soooo hectic! I have so many sessions to show y'all! Most of my time I've been shooting! I've had weddings, families, seniors....my own child included. I'm blessed but I'm tired! I've also taken up running. I started with some friends and used the couch to 5K app. It's hard work but the app has it down to a science to make it easier. I ran my first 5K this past weekend. I never thought I would say that I ran a 5K and actually complete it! On a very low, sad note...I had to say goodbye to Moo. I'm positive that coyotes got her. I walked for days through our woods calling and looking for any sign. I never found anything so I had to make closure. Moo was 10 years old, very vibrant in her age so I know she was not sick. I still have hope that she will show up but my heart tells me she's gone. She's still my girl, and she's terrible missed. My oldest is now a senior in high school, I have not had chance to even finish his session because so much has been going on. I did look through his images to share a few. I love to take the personality of the person that I'm photographing, it just makes the session so much more unique. Dalyn, he's my dare devil, he loves to repel. I asked him where he wanted to go and he replied Cherokee Rock Village. On a beautiful day, that's where you will find him anyway. It's him 100% so that's where we started! It took some major walking, climbing and hoping that I would not fall with the camera...but this is Dalyn so I just went with it! Also, back to Moo...while I was looking for her, I went to the animal shelters just to say I checked, I knew I would not find her there but it was worth the try. That night I came back home and searched the woods again, Shane was home a little early from work and helped. I told him about going to the shelter and he replied "well why did you not get you another one". The next morning, I got dressed because some how through all the tears I shed at the humane society the day before, someone did catch my attention. Meet Ty... He's a total mess, funny and he has helped my heart heal!