Joy, laughter, anticipation, butterflies, bliss, tension, and relief. Wedding days run high on a multitude of emotions and it's what has kept me hooked year after year. Most of us, at one point or another, have looked back on our own parents or grandparents wedding photos with some sense of adoration and nostalgia. It is with this same sentiment that I strive to document weddings. Your wedding photographs should ripen over time, offering a delayed reaction that grows more meaningful as life carries on and memories fade.
Seattle based photographer working with film and digital cameras, available for commissions worldwide.
March 14, 2021
This session marked two years capturing Kaylee and Robert’s precious family along the north Florida coast and every year I look toward to documenting them more and more.
They have a way of making the process feel so natural and carefree– as if I’m adopted into the family for a day. Because of this, we seem to make magic happen every time. Take a look into our afternoon at Big Talbot Island below:)
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