I tell stories of everyday love in epic locations, stories of free spirited couples mad about one another. This is wedding and elopement photography for people who believe small, ordinary moments together build an extraordinary life. Together we make tangible, physical memories of impactful moments. It’s as simple as that.
I have officially found my new favorite location for Sedona engagement sessions! Cathedral Rock has been in high demand lately so I’ve been doing some location scouting for great views in Sedona. Don’t get me wrong, Cathedral Rock is absolutely stunning, but unless you’re planning on hiking before sunrise on a week day it is going to be PACKED with people. Good luck getting that view without waiting in a line or for that matter even finding a parking spot! I did some research and found this awesome trail with an incredible view of Sedona. Most of the trail is an easy walk and there’s a spot to do a little bit of climbing for the best view ever!
Chloe and Andrew started hiking at 5:30 in the morning for an epic Cathedral Rock engagement session and sunrise! Hiking in the dark is so worth avoiding the crowds an getting to the top of the mountain to watch the sun come up.
Nichelle and Brandon got married on October 10th, 2020 at Page Springs Cellars. They pulled off a classy, romantic, vineyard wedding and it was absolutely magical!
Mark and Monica had an intimate wedding in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was held in a family member’s living room and their day was so special! Even though covid prevented some family members from attending, they live streamed the ceremony to everyone who was not present. They were able to include all of their friends and family in an unconventional and meaningful way.
Caitlyn and Evan had a gorgeous intimate wedding at Halvorson’s Upstreet Cafe in Burlington, Vermont. They got ready in the morning at Hotel Vermont and walked across the street to the Waterfront Park for some photos and a little alone time before their ceremony. They had to change their plans a few times but did not let covid stop them from having the wedding of their dreams!
A question I always get before sessions is, “What if it rains?” Let me tell you, it POURED on my way to Kaylynne and Ivan’s session and made for the most magical sunrise. Waiting out the weather can be so worth it! I met up with these two for sunrise in Papago Park and had such a fun time capturing their relationship! Peep the super rad second outfit below 🙂
Courtney and Curtis woke up at the crack of dawn for their water sessions and let me tell you, it was so worth it. I found this spot a few years ago when I was scouting for a Mesa elopement and I fell in love with the Salt River and the Superstition Mountains. The water can be a little bit chilly but it’s the perfect way to cool off during a summer Arizona session!