I do things a little differently.

If you’re just wanting a photographer to show up and get the typical, posed, smiling “perfect looking” shots, we might not be the best fit. If you’re shopping around just trying to find the cheapest deal, trust me, I’m not that. And that’s all okay, because you deserve to have a photographer there that will fit exactly all your wants and needs.

What you should expect.

Although I can take beautiful images putting you in front of a cool sunset, that’s not my jam. Even though I could just show up to your wedding and be a fly on the wall and get good shots, that’s just not who I am.

This isn’t going to be an afternoon of staged, awkward feeling, forced smiles and poses. I’m not going to be making you to turn to the right a little bit and smile at me on your wedding day while making sure your dress is always laying perfectly flat.

It’s way, way more than that to me.

We create together

I’m not going to make you do any cheesy shit that feels forced. My style is heavily focused on real moments. Nothing staged, nothing forced, nothing set up, no awkward half smiles. It’s the real good stuff. I of course will guide you as we shoot so you’re not awkwardly standing there wondering what to do, but it’s important to me that you two are being fully yourselves and present with one another. This way, we can capture you for who you really are.

Connection and trust foster all sorts of good things around here.

Let’s focus on creating together
rather than just ‘getting photos done’.


I’m not a vendor and you’re not my client. We’re friends. It’s cheesy and weird, but I get really invested in my couples because I really do care so so much and want to be more than just a photographer to you.

You know how I keep stressing how important connection between us is to me? It’s because it’s how I make my best work for couples I consider friends. My main focus above all else is that my couples are having a good time. Most my couples show up uneasy saying “sorry, we’re awkward and hate getting our photo taken” (I’m talking about you, guys) and by the end they’re going on about how easy and fun it was. Trust me, getting photos taken doesn’t have to suck or be awkward in any way, and I will make sure you have a damn good time.


You probably haven’t been a bride or groom before so you’re figuring all of this stuff out as you go. Since I’ve been to hundreds of weddings, I have a lot of know how when it comes to weddings. The to do’s, not to do’s, how to save $$$, get permits, get the most out of your day, create memories with your friends and family, plan, prepare, and info on how to get ready for your wedding that I’ll share with you. I’m happy to help in any big or little ways that I can to make sure this is a stress-free experience for you!


I want photography to be more than something on your checklist of things to do for your wedding. You don’t realize it now while you’re so focused on centerpieces and who’s sitting where and bridesmaid dresses and florals, but photography is really the only thing that lasts past your wedding day. The number one thing I hear from couples who went cheap on photos for their wedding say they regret it. It’s something that will only increase in value over time as the images get passed down for generations.