I didn’t always know I wanted to do photography- in fact, I was actually in nursing school when I really started to take pictures. I was stressed out, emailing my mom asking to drop out every week when somebody suggested I find an outlet to de-stress from school. I grabbed the Canon Rebel my parents bought me for high school graduation and would go for walks, taking pictures of anything that I saw. Finally one day I convinced (and by convinced, I mean I begged them. Basically forced them into it.) my friends to let me take pictures of actual humans. I had no clue what I was doing but just yelled some fun things for them to do and uploaded it to Facebook that night. I was so proud of these pictures and had only one person comment saying “These are so good!” but that was all I needed.
Years later— not a nurse, but getting to do photography full time. The Lord has been so faithful through the seasons of building my business. Surrounding me with people who have encouraged me, who lovingly point out when I’m wrong and who remind me that none of this would be possible without the Lord’s hand through all of it.
Because let’s be honest, there is something wonderfully sacred about wedding days- the giddiness, the excitement, the butterflies in your stomach before you walk down the aisle, the moment when you see your partner’s face for the first time and it all hits you. The details of your day that you spent hours thinking about. Your loved one's reaction when they see you in your wedding dress for the first time. The last minute hugs with your bridesmaids before you head down the aisle. Those are the moments I want to capture.
The real, authentic, honest moments of your day.