Hey there! Since you are trusting me to capture these special moments in your life, I figured you should probably know a bit about me, right? I am a Huntsville, Alabama native, but moved to Nashville after graduating from the University of Alabama in 2013. ROLL TIDE! Although I consider Nashville home, I am anything but a homebody. I love traveling and exploring new places (especially the food at those places!). I even studied abroad in Italy, which let me tell you, was a food lover's dream.
My focus is always on seeing the wedding day through the eyes of the couple, so that I can capture the raw, unseen emotions of the day. I believe that my approach, centered on capturing the genuine moments and memories that will be cherished for a lifetime long after a wedding day has ended, sets me apart from other photographers.
I believe that every wedding is unique, which is why I work closely with each couple to ensure that their vision is captured in a way that reflects their individual style and personality. Whether it's a small, intimate ceremony or a grand celebration, I am dedicated to creating beautiful, meaningful memories that will last a lifetime.
My family and friends have my heart. Our moments and memories together are my favorite.
I make it a point each year to travel somewhere I have never been, even if it’s not work related.
Fresh flowers are beautiful at weddings and in everyday life. They're the way to my heart.
As a professional wedding photographer, romantic moments are simply my favorite.
My dad is the reason I started my business, well one of the many reasons. In 2015, he was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of Dementia, Frontotemporal Dementia. I quickly learned that I would more than likely not get certain moments with my dad that others would. I wanted to be able to capture memories and tell stories, because you never know what life throws at you. I want you to have memories for years to come even after your loved ones are no longer around. Eventually all we have left of our loved ones are photos to look back on and that is why I do this. My dad passed February 2021 and lost his battle with FTD and because I will not get those moments with my dad, I want to be able to capture your memories and tell your stories. I want those memories from your day to be frozen in time for you to look back on for many years to come, even after your loved ones are gone.
am obsessed with love
my dog, Rowan
spend time at home with a good book
seeing the look on the groom (or dad’s face) during a first look
a large coffee (or powerade) in hand