“I had the pleasure of meeting Kristen & Darrin at a Durham Bulls baseball game as part of a local JMU Alumni meetup night. (Go Dukes!) My husband and I enjoyed chatting with them that evening, and I mentioned that I’m a photographer during part of our conversation. Months passed, and Darrin eventually knew he wanted to propose to Kristen sometime between Thanksgiving and Christmas 2018. The Chinese Lantern Festival felt like the perfect place for them to celebrate such a momentous occasion. As soon as he told someone he was going to propose, they said he needed a photographer, and he went and called me right away!! (Gentlemen, take note. Photos of your proposal are basically expected at this point!)”Read More
“I loved meeting Tena and Frank and capturing their special day for them! Everyone’s wedding day is special and unique no matter where you get married or how long your ceremony is. At the end of the day, all that matters is that you’re married now! What a beautiful thing. I love that these two chose to get married in a way that felt right for them.”Read More
This is a job that allows me to connect with lots of different people, from all walks of life, who may otherwise have nothing in common except that I am their photographer - and I LOVE it. There is, however, one other thing I’ve noticed about the people who step in front of my camera…
THEY GET SILLY.
WE GET SILLY.
WE DON’T TAKE OURSELVES TOO SERIOUSLY.
“Y’all, I am a smiley photographer. I love the photos when we drop the smiles for a more serious look too, but I just can’t pass up all the joy that comes with the subjects of the photos smiling! Especially on a wedding day… Gotta get a few classic-looking photos without smiles, but then show me that joy and laughter! …”Read More