I tell everyone that I have the best job in the world. It's true. I get to witness true love with a front row seat on the wedding day. I get to travel all over documenting this love. It is the happiest day of my clients' lives, and they are surrounded by friends and family. The best part though, is that I often become life long friends with these couples. 
      I've been photographing weddings for over 10 years now, starting out in Upstate New York, and then moving across country to San Diego, and now residing in Colorado with my husband, Ryan, and our beautiful daughter.  I've documented weddings in 10 different states, and three different countries, and counting. I've been fortunate enough to have had my work featured in Brides, Seventeen, Martha Stewart Weddings, and much more.
      Every event is different. I don't care what your flavor is, I want to get to know you as a couple. Your wedding is uniquely yours.

My photography style is constantly evolving and growing as I do in my own life. I once came across this Ansel Adams quote, and thought that it perfectly describes my perspective on how a photographer's style is "created":
     "You do not make a photograph with just a camera. You bring to the act of photography all of the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved."
     Every experience, client, and location has made me into the artist I am today. Ultimately, when I am on a job, my goal is to make one cohesive shoot, instead of a few great images. How does the story of the whole day tie together? What images will look great placed together as a diptych? In what order will I place these images in an album to tell the best story? How will this moment look framed and hanged on a wall in your living room? And probably most importantly, how will your great great grandchildren react to these images of their relatives on their wedding day? 
When I'm not behind the camera, you can find me traveling, road tripping with my husband Ryan and our daughter, Penny, hiking mountains, backpacking in the woods, wine tasting, or crushing hard on every puppy that walks by.

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the Southwest


ice cream

survival memoirs

National Parks

Hot Yoga


solo travel


trying everything once

hiking and backpacking

alone time

Camper Vans

ryan, penny, and gonzo (aka my family)

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