Someone recently asked me what I plan to be doing in 30 years and the answer was clear, photography. Photography is my job, its my hobby, its my passion. I look at the entire world around me at all times and think about how I can capture what I see and put it in to a photograph.

During my 9 years as a photographer, one thing has never stopped capturing my attention; love. I’ve photographed close to 250 weddings and just about 300 families and every day of my job still just as rewarding. Everyday I strive to be a better photographer, to challenge myself, and to better understand and appreciate the impact my photographs have on my client’s present and future.

My goal as a photographer is to capture the essence of my client’s relationships and the beginning of their new family. I want my wedding clients to open their album and relive the most important day of their lives over and over. I want my new parents to always remember how precious and small their child was as a newborn baby. I want my families with children to remember the chaos and the laughter. All those moments that pass us by too fast; I want my clients to have them forever.

A little more about me:
-Proud accepted member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association, International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers, and Fearless Photographers.
-Published in numerous magazines and blogs including Knot Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Style Me Pretty.

Photo credit: Genevieve Burruss