Whether we’re planning your engagement session, celebrating your wedding day, or rekindling the romance with a killer anniversary session, I promise to take the time to get to know you and your story so that I can do it justice in the images we create together. We'll work together to create art that celebrates your relationship and evokes that sense of nostalgia we all feel when looking back at old photographs. 

As an artist, I am inspired by slowing down and enjoying each moment, reading a good novel, browsing old film photographs, and deep conversations. I can't wait to chat with you over coffee or a glass of red wine. 

The driving force behind the way I've designed my business is my relationship with Jesus. Out of gratitude for the way He has loved and saved me, I find myself delighting in looking to love and serve those around me. It's my hope that you experience that when we work together! 

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My husband Jordan and I have created a home here in Columbus surrounded by the best support system of family and friends. I am so thankful to have such a wonderful marriage, and it continues to remind me what a privilege it is to be a wedding photographer! 

When we aren’t working, you’ll find us grabbing coffee from a local spot, taking walks, doing home-reno projects, or having friends over for drinks. We also spend a lot of time loving on our fur babies — Steve a tabby cat and Indie, our sweet Blue Heeler puppy.

I love to travel - from hiking the Canadian Rockies to walking the beaches of southern California. 

I also absolutely love cooking good food and learning more about sustainable living! I’ve been trying a new recipe almost every week, as well as finding ways to shop small/local and transition into a greener lifestyle.

that first sip of coffee  |   conversations with friends over dinner   |   quiet time with Jesus   |   early morning cuddles with Indie & Steve  |   an afternoon spent reading a good book   |   the first look across the mountains when you reach the summit the setting sun as it pours through our living room window   |   snagging the perfect vintage find at a thrift store