My photography style is interactive, expressive, & fun-loving!
Check out the video above to see me in action with my clients!
I LOVE capturing the authentic connection, love, and joy in relationships.
Candid interactive photos are my passion, but I always get a few traditional pics with everyone smiling and looking at the camera, too.
You know…because Grandma HAS to have one of those! 😉
I prefer a classic bright editing style & include a mix of color & black and white photos.
Photographing families, babies, and kids is my jam, but I also enjoy photographing a limited amount of weddings per year.
I love minimizing stress for clients, creating space to breathe during the session,
making everyone feel comfortable in front of my camera & creating priceless photos that bring joy year after year!
I am a lifestyle photographer!
Basically, that means I capture moments that are authentic and real in a casual yet artistic way.
My goal is to tell stories through my photos, capture the personalities of people and have fun!
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MY PHOTOGRAPHY EQUIPMENT…
Canon 5D Mark iv Camera
Canon 5D Mark iii Camera
Canon 5D Mark ii Camera
Canon 35mm f 1.4 lens
Canon 70-200mm f2.8 lens
Canon 24-105mm f4 lens
Canon 85mm f1.8 lens
Canon 50mm f1.4 lens
Canon 600 & 580 EX Speedlights
I have invested in professional level cameras with dual memory card holders. This means, I have the capability of shooting onto two memory cards at once. If anything ever happens to one memory card, don’t worry…I have a back up! This is especially important for shooting weddings and events that cannot be redone. It’s an extra layer of insurance that creates confidence and reliability in my customer service! During weddings I shoot with two camera bodies (the 5D Mark iv and the 5D Mark iii) in order to have variety in my photos with different lenses on each camera. I typically have my most expensive lenses (35mm and 70-200mm) on my camera for 95% of the time during a wedding. For portrait sessions, I predominantly use the 5D Mark iv camera body with the 35mm lens and occasionally the 85mm or 24-105mm lens for various purposes.
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