Documenting memories has always been an important thing in my family. My Grandpa brought his point and shoot digital camera everywhere he went, we had countless disposable cameras around the house, and my dad would always have his video camcorder in hand. Even in the early 1900s, my Great Grandma took photos of anything she could and labeled the back of the picture with who was in the image and what they were doing. Similar to many families, it was the way we cherished moments. I love going home to visit family and looking through old family photos and watching embarrassing home videos...
I want to tell the true story of you and your people, the people who helped you get here.
As a wedding photographer, it is my greatest privilege to provide you, your significant other, and your future family with your first set of family heirlooms… pictures you look back on when you need a moment to cling to, when you want to relive a memory, or even have story time with your grandchildren. The in-between-moments, the interactions, the personalities, the deeply rooted relationships you have with one another because of the life you have lived together. The good stuff.
I want to document moments to give you something tangible to look back at after your wedding day.
Sarah taught me basically everything when it comes to photography. From shooting in manual to how to book a wedding. Grateful for her friendship, wisdom, and patience! It's safe to say I wouldn't be a full time wedding photographer without this girl in my life. And yes, this selfie is one of the few pictures we have together because we are always the ones behind the camera :)
My Girllll - Sarah E. Photo
Nope! I'm open to venturing out of couples and weddings. Message me and tell me what you have in mind! I've photographed for small businesses, families, and more.