Years ago I read a book in which the author beautifully illustrated her desire for a life where work and play mingle together so eloquently that the two can’t possibly be separated. This is the goal for my life and my business. I have created a humble business that is authentic to who I am. I pride myself on forming genuine relationships with my clients, maintaining a laid-back yet organized approach to the wedding day, and offering superb customer service to the small amount of clients that I take on.
On a personal level, I am always laughing, ridiculously transparent, and easy going. I am happiest when I am dreaming and planning. We have two children who are full of energy and, on most days, hate to be photographed (I guess that’s what happens when you take too many pictures of them when they are babies). It is my personal hope to inspire others, to love well, and to bring kindness and happiness into the lives of as many people as I can.
Eric is the official “bag man”, reflector holder, drink-getter, list carrier, and outside of the box thinker at every wedding that I photograph. He is my other half, and the main reason that I am even able to do what I love. He is my staunchest supporter. When he’s not carrying my bags and equipment around, he’s running his own successful construction business (or working on random projects that his crazy wife came up with).
*Thank you to Kacie Buccieri for the pictures of Eric and Cassidy.*
About our photography:
There are 3 main goals that I strive for in my photography:
1. My photography is, first and foremost, Genuine. These are the moments that may sneak by us, but their significance is real. The quiet moment between a mom and daughter before the walk down the aisle, the nervous smile shared between the groom and best man, and the huge hug the groom encircles his bride with at the end of the processional. These are the moments that I want you to remember.
2. My photography style is Laid-Back and Relaxed. Comfortable clients=natural pictures. We strive to maintain an environment that you actually want to be a part of. We want you to walk away from your engagement session and wedding day and turn to each other and say, “wow, we had a great time with them.” We won’t make you do silly, ridiculous things, but we will make sure that we have lots of laughs and take on any necessary adventures so that we all can have a great time.
3. My photography is timeless and natural. Natural posing, natural editing, natural environments. Period.