I believe in real moments and chasing sunsets. In the kinds of images that remind you of the joy that can be found in the simplest of moments together. I believe in images that are meant to be printed, placed in beautiful frames and hung on walls for years to come.
I began capturing images on film at a very young age when my family traveled to Gatlinburg, Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains. The limited amount of images on a roll of film forced me to put my camera phone down and really observe the beauty in the world, and the people around me.
Authentic, deep, passionate, and true love stories are where my heart lies when I photograph couples.
I want to capture your love. I want to capture the way he holds you. I want to capture the way you breathe him in. I want to capture the tears that fall because you've found your forever. I want to capture you.
Tell me all about this love you've found. Let's create something beautiful together.
Lyssa and Bryan H.
Estes Park, Colorado
Everything I could have wanted.
Jenna and her husband were amazing, she was my calm during a stressful day.
Colorado, much like Tennessee, has some of the most beautiful scenery I have every seen. I have always loved the outdoors, and I spent countless hours exploring outside as a young girl. We love planning hikes wherever we travel, but we count ourselves blessed to call Colorado's mountainous terrain home.
We love traveling, exploring, and adventures so very much, but we also love our quiet mornings at home. Our favorite Sunday morning is full of pancakes, Indy rock playing quietly in the background, and cups overflowing with coffee and juice. We crave those quieter moments at home with our sweet babies especially while they are so little. After all, babies don't keep.
Steve grew up on the water boating summer after summer as a kid. He brought his love for the water into our lives, so we have decided to raise our kids on the water, too. It has quickly become one of our favorite pastimes.
Nothing cools you down faster in a Southern summer than a tall glass of sweet tea on the front porch. Colorado hasn't quite caught onto how amazing a huge front porch is, but I am always dreaming of our future home with a wide veranda just for hot summer evenings and front porch sitting. So for now, we relax on our back deck and enjoy the cool of the evening hours together.
On Sundays in the fall, we watch football. In the summer, we find ourselves boating. The winter calls for cozy Sunday mornings at home. And spring thaw beckons us to hit the trails. But as many evenings a year as we can, we steal away on Sundays for a date night just the two of us. It is a mandatory event in our weekly schedules, and something we have to prioritize so we continue to remain close as a couple.
Capturing breathtaking love stories for joyful romantics
He waited 6 weeks to kiss me. 6 WEEKS! That is an eternity in the dating world, yet when he finally kissed me I knew he loved me. I found out later that "Kiss the Girl" was playing in his head when he did take the leap! We walked out of our wedding ceremony 14 months later to that same song. Just like music, photos have meant the world to us throughout our relationship. They show that we lived, loved, and dared. Photographs changed the way we viewed our wedding when we saw our wedding portraits. We got to relive that day over and over. We saw the laughter, tears, and joy on our friends and family's face. For us, photography is a special part of our lives and one of our greatest joys. We love getting to share that joy with our couples. We want you to relive your wedding day for years to come just like us.
it all began with a kiss. and the little mermaid's "kiss the girl" playing in his head.