What do you get when you toss a planner and a photographer in a shaker?
In the other half of my life, I’m a materials engineer in the aerospace industry. Let me tell you right now, all that work figuring out how to unfuck situations (that’s a technical term, okay?) means I’ve got tons of ideas and creative solutions to make your elopement rad as hell. And the ability to pivot fast and support you if shit hits the fan.
So that’s where the planning side kicks in, but what about the camera? I started out snapping photos of adventures with my husband—boating, hiking, hunting. It was all super natural and candid. So the first time I worked with people who expected me to make them freeze, look directly into the lens and smile? It didn’t feel right for me, and honestly, it didn’t feel right for them either.
I quickly realized the best photos—the ones that you actually connect with—show off personality and emotion as you actually live in each moment.
That’s why I’m such a fan of elopements. I’ll never ask you to pretend to be happy for a pose. Instead, we’ll collaborate to plan a day where you’re genuinely happy. And I’ll capture it.
Me. You get me.
And maybe a margarita on the rocks if you play your cards right.
Let's rip it, sister