Can I tell you something that was a real bummer?
… My wedding photos were a real bummer.
Opening my wedding gallery, I was gutted. Big moments – like my dad walking me down the aisle – were missing. None of the joy my husband and I felt was seen in our awkward poses. No amount of me re-editing them could infuse the emotions that were lost. There are no wedding photos hanging in our home. What do I have to show for that day? This business.
I worked my butt off alongside a talented mentor in the wedding industry: learned the ropes, fine-tuned my skills, and found an editing style that resonated with me artistically. All these years later, I still find myself looking for new ways to go the extra mile for my clients. Just so you can go into your wedding day with peace of mind knowing that you’ll walk away with photos that truly capture every moment and ounce of emotion.
I roll my windows down on dirt roads hoping for a cool breeze to invigorate me, like it did yesterday and the day before. I order the same caramel-dipped, vanilla ice cream cone, longing for the comfort of being a little girl listening to the Cub’s game with my dad. I bring my kiddo on the same hikes to compare the days when they were too small to walk, to them now fearlessly adventuring ahead. I revisit the same routines, places, and songs often – in hopes to relive a little piece (and peace) of the past. But at the end of the day, photographs are the only tangible way to keep our memories.
You want to be able to slip back into the moment when… your partner dropped down on one knee, all of your best friends were in one place, your little baby touched snow for the first time, and your family was all under one roof again for the summer. Let’s preserve the warmth of