Thank you SO much for taking time out of your day to view some of my work. I’m excited to share with you! First, I just want to say a few things about my style, and then I’ll let the images speak for themselves.
My style of photography is not for everyone – people choose me because they see people who are sincerely joyful and full of love for one another in my photos. I see the quirky and loving nature in people. I’m assertive enough to hunt for great moments, experienced enough to coax relaxed smiles and natural stances from guests, and calm enough to be a positive influence on your wedding day. My hope is that you will feel incredibly loved and thankful for your relationships time and time again when you see your images.
I would be tickled pink to get to know you and document the spontaneous, emotional, and authentic moments of your wedding day.
Reading a very touching letter from her groom.
This sweet grandfather “cut-in” on the father-daughter dance to steal a dance with the lovely bride!
This bridal party was full of smiles (and a few tears) after seeing the bride in her gown for the first time.
The grateful bride and groom giving each of their mothers a big hug.
This proud mother-of-the-groom was speechless when she saw her future daughter-in-law all ready to walk down the aisle.
When you attend a backyard wedding in Kansas, you can throw as much birdseed on the newlyweds as you want!
Nothing but love and laughter between the bride and her grandmother!
The bride getting a last-minute lotion rubdown and shoulder massage to calm the nerves!
This bride and groom enjoyed seeing each other and having a few moments of private time together prior to their ceremony.
We snuck outside from their reception at Terradyne Country Club for some fun portraits at dusk.
A best friend crying tears of happiness for the lovely bride! So sweet!
The bride’s grandparents celebrating winning the “anniversary dance!”
No wedding cake for these two! Pumpkin pie and cool whip only!
Portraits at Botanica are always beautiful!
A proud mother and father feeling blessed beyond measure.
A cherished moment when the bride’s grandmother got out of her wheelchair to join in the dancing! Unforgettable!
A tearful dance shared by the bride and her brother.
These brothers sure do love their sister!
It is always so much fun to take a few non-traditional photos with the wedding party!
This bride’s beautiful handmade brooch bouquet included family heirlooms, brooches gifted to the bride by her friends and family, and was wrapped in lace cut from her mother’s own wedding gown.
Sitting under the gazebo that the bride’s parents were married under at the gorgeous Bartlett Arboretum in Belle Plaine, Kansas.
Tears flowed freely as this father-of-the-bride presented his daughter in marriage.
If you’d like to see some full weddings, you can contact me, and I’ll be happy to send you some links to full proofing galleries.