Much how an oil painting can draw you in and tell a story, so too should the images you welcome into your home. Your life is beautiful and messy and everything in between.
You deserve heirlooms that live in your home, on your walls, in beautiful bespoke albums. Like that oil painting hanging on the museum wall for all to admire, your legacy deserves to live on through the tangible not just the digital.
I use both film and digital, depending on the light and what will produce the best images by situation. I believe fully in preserving your legacy in the most timeless, classic way, and I whole heartedly believe there is magic in capturing and preserving your memories the same way as your grandparents' did so long ago on film.
Yes! Most of my brides + mothers opt to preserve their wedding or motherhood session in an heirloom album. In fact, one of my packages includes an album.
I love to travel! "Adventure is out there" is my motto and I love it when couples invite me in on that adventure no matter how far away their nuptials may be. A travel fee accounting for the cost of travel and reasonable accommodations can be added to any of my wedding package pricing. I am currently based in Louisiana.
Most definitely. I have worked with many planners from small intimate weddings to grand affairs and I have seen first hand just how crucial they are in the wedding planning process. The moments leading up to the big day can be stressful and filled with so many details but with a planner you are able to release that stress and just enjoy the stage of engagement.
Because I have been formally trained in the fine arts, I bring a certain level of creativity and understanding of what goes into a perfectly composed image. Not everyone shoots with film to deliver those timeless images while also using digital to give you that certainty and speed.
Absolutely! Intimate weddings are near and dear to my heart. I got married with only 10 people (thanks to COVID). There is such a special quality to intimate weddings and just because it is small in numbers doesn't mean it needs to be small in design and style.