I believe the rare and fleeting moments of this lifetime should be documented and remembered. This is why I became a wedding photographer.
I remember sitting with my grandma as a little girl and going through album after album of family history. At the time, I did not realize the value of those single instances of time captured by someone with a camera in hand; but I do now.
This generation is said to be the forgotten generation, with all of life's moments now living on a digital device, never to be printed or passed down to the next generation.
I became a wedding photographer to preserve the memories that will be forgotten the next day. I want to tell each couple's unique love story through my lens and preserve these moments forever.
I tell each love story through a fine-art, editorial lens to create timeless art and heirloom pieces for my couples.
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