Now this is true love

Seth and Miriam had their first date at this waterfall. Seth also proposed here, so naturally it was a main focus of their wedding portraits! These two hiked down a ravine in their wedding attire and played in a frozen, waterfall wonderland.

Photography philosophy

I believe that revolution is communal.

I have learned that when you free yourself and live life to the fullest, as purely and authentically as you can, You free those around you to do the same. That's why working with me is an experience, not just a finished product.I definitely do things differently than other photographers, and here's why.

I believe that accepting others no matter how they look, sound, who they love, or the color of their skin, or even religious beliefs- should not only be standard but is imperative. I show up fully, and I expect you to be the badasses that you are and SHINE, okay?! That means I want all the corny jokes, the happy dances, silly faces, deep kisses, and joy you can muster. I'm told time and time again how comfortable people are in front of my camera, and how easy it was to relax with the person they love.

I am here, in this industry, to do more than just take incredible photographs and create wonderful art. I'm here to make you feel seen, heard, and validated. To guide you through your wedding day in a way that allows you to experience it authentically, and really soak in every moment without fear of what you look like while doing so. I anticipate your needs so that you can relax and indulge in your once-in-a-lifetime day with the person you love most.

So take a deep breath, relax, and actually enjoy yourself. I've got you.

As a CUA permit holder for the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, I get to shoot elopements in some of the most stunning landscapes with mountain views as far as you can see. Every time I get to shoot a wedding or elopement in Tennessee, Mother Nature takes my breath away.

Acceptance is final. Now, let's have some fun.