When you meet Breanna & Lee, you are instantly bewitched by their kind, sweet souls. You pretty much wanna be their best friend. Last summer, when I first met Bre to talk wedding photography, she said something to the effect of, "We saw you had Trampled by Turtles photos on your blog. We knew you were our photographer." At that point, I knew you were my couple, too. ;) Needless to say, their
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8/23/13 Breanna & Lee: Simply radiant.
When I meet a couple who just "gets it" -- there's something magic afoot. They experience my work & my style & get that giddy feeling like this-is-the-one. They appreciate my love for nature, creative close-ups, & natural (albeit goofball) interactions. They are totally on-board to get silly, love each other up, & create gorgeous images together. We have this natural chemistry, & we both know that it's a match. My favorite
A First Look moment. "What the hey is that?" you say? Well, my dear. It's a moment, or series of moments, in which you & your betrothed see one another for the first time on your wedding day. In a gorgeous, intimate setting. Just the two of you. Like it was meant to be. As a wedding photographer, my heart is all about beautiful imagery, connecting with my couples, and making their
When I first met with Chris & Greg in a cozy coffeehouse last November, it took only moments for me to feel the zsa-zsa-zsu. It's that special version of butterflies I get when I meet a couple I am truly meant to work with. Their idea of a good time involves a kegerator (engineered by the mechanically-gifted Greg, of course) full of their own special home brew. They're about hikes in
Ann & Teddy reached out to me about capturing their wedding day just a few weeks beforehand. I was peached-as-punch to capture their ceremony, which was simple, sweet & very intimate. Under a radiant September sun, family from near and far gathered around the Rose Garden gazebo. There were tears of joy, a sweet grandmother taking snapshots, & a ship sailing smoothly across the big lake. All the while, Ann
I met Adam & Kayla on a frigid Duluth day, a couple of weeks before Christmas at this wonderful cafe in Canal Park. We chatted over steaming cups of cocoa about their love story and family-focused lives. After our little warm-up, we braved the wind chills for a Canal Park frolic. As a seasoned Duluthian, I tend to keep things fresh by shooting away from the ever-bustling Canal Park, but