A little bit more about me...
I'm a wife, mama, feminist, visual storyteller, mixology hobbyist, and adventure seeker. I've been married to my best friend and husband, Matt, for 12+ years, our family includes our boys Wilder and Emery, and our corgi Indie. I'm always planning our next hike, or trip. I love Seattle and the PNW, it is my home. I've always felt a sacred connection when creating art and photography in the outdoors, and that's the emphasis you will see in my wedding and elopement photography. I want to experience these places with others, and create where I am most inspired. When you book me as your photographer, I'm also here to answer all your "ask a local" questions. I love referring amazing elopement vendors, giving tips for fun hikes to go on, and recommending my favorite place to grab a cocktail or a coffee.
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I am a curator of stories, and I tell those stories in photos
Your love story is important to me, and I want to tell that story with your wedding photography.
I photograph weddings because I truly believe in marriage. As a wedding and elopement photographer, I'm honored to document such a significant day in your relationship, however grand or intimate the celebration is. I think wedding vows matter, and choosing to live them out everyday is extremely purposeful. As each day, and year go by in your relationship, you've achieved a precious and beautiful accomplishment living out your commitment together.
My photography style is intimate, romantic, and editorial. Behind my camera I feel a sense of freedom to explore, create scenes, capture details, and really see the couple's vision for their wedding. I aim to encapsulate beauty and joy in each photograph. My clients are adventurous. They are the type of people who see the fun in getting their wedding dress and shoes a little dirty, will climb trees and hike with me, they value capturing moments epically more than staying picture perfect.
On your wedding day I won't just photograph you, but I'll be there to document your friends, family, and all the details of your day. I might cry during your vows, I might whisk you two away so you can have a few minutes alone, I want your wedding day photography to be a tangible representation of your legacy together so you can remember and continue to share your wedding day over the years, and as your family grows.