We all have stories to tell. My passion as a photographer is to help you craft your story, your memories, beautifully.
From our very first correspondence, I take an interest in who you are so that I can develop a highly personalized approach to your wedding. On the day itself, the focus stays on you and your guests while I circulate in the background. There are very few staged images – aside from portraits of course! – and even those stay simple. The goal is to put photography in service to the day, rather than the day in service to photography.
Your wedding photos will inevitably shape your memories of the day as you look back at them in the years to come. Couples hire me because when they look back on their wedding photos twenty-five years from now, they want something more than a series of lovely “detail” shots. Do I take those pictures? Of course. But whether they’ve chosen to celebrate their wedding with a lavish dinner at a country estate, or a casual backyard cookout, my clients tell me again and again that they want their wedding photography to reflect the people, emotions, and moments that make their wedding day such a special event.
Chances are that you and your spouse will spend more time with your photographer than anyone else on your wedding day, so it’s worth getting to know each other. A little more about me:
I'm originally from the Pacific Northwest, and when I'm not busy photographing weddings, my husband and I love to spend time in the outdoors. A typical vacation for us usually features a multi-day backcountry trek, unseasonably inclement weather, and more freeze-dried meals than I'd care to admit. Our most recent adventures have taken us to the Azores, Patagonia, and the Austrian Alps. So if you're planning an outdoor adventure wedding, or dream of eloping on a mountain top that requires a six hour hike each way and a night camping in the backcountry—I'm game! While I currently reside just outside of Boston, I will be moving to Denver, Colorado in the fall of 2017. If you’re planning a wedding in that part of the country, let me know!