I live for capturing the magic moments of your wedding day-- from the first look to the first dance, and all the laughter and tears in between. When the guests are gone and the gifts are opened, these images will be one of the last things left to remember your wedding day. Who do you trust to capture these memories? These precious little moments of love are what fuel my purpose to document the special moments and bonds shared between others.
I am a mother of two little people and one fur baby, wife to an amazing man, and a hopeless romantic. I love to curl up in the recliner under a blanket with a mushy read and a glass of moscato d'asti. My favorite things include pasta, sauerkraut and Canadian bacon pizza, furry animals, big bear hugs, and lots and lots of pillows.
Give me all the calla lilies, hydrangeas, orchids, roses, peonies, anemones, ranunculus!
True love stories never have endings. I get lost in small gestures, whispers, and small sentiments of the wedding day.
Nothing screams raw emotion and feelings like a handwritten vow book. It's an artifact of your wedding day that you can pass down to be treasured by future generations.
I can recite the words from pretty much any episode of Friends and I totally cried when I watched the Friends Reunion on HBO.
Potatoes, pasta, bread? I'm there. Covered it with cheese and I'll be back for seconds (or thirds).
If it's warm-blooded, chances are that I'll want to snuggle it.
I can still sing nearly every word to all the New Kids on the Block songs.
I can nap anywhere. I can sleep for days. My bed is the single most comfortable place in the world.
I'm always reading a book. Picoult, Sparks, and Moriarty are a few of my favs.