I'm the girl pulling up next to you in traffic rockin' out to The Lion King soundtrack with the windows down. #noshame
Three hyphenated words to describe me:
laid-back, delightfully-quirky, and sweet-as-pie.
If Jessica Day, Leslie Knope, Donna Pinciotti (and a pinch of Monica Gellar-Bing) all raised a baby together - it would be me. I would be that baby. I’m pretty introverted, but I can still be outgoing when I need to be. I feel happiest amongst the trees and mountains with my favorite dude and our fur-babies, and the key to my heart is corn bread. (And also soft pretzels.)
Beyond photography, I make puppets, play the ukulele, and draw cute little illustrations while binge-watching a TV show I've already seen 100 times *cough*TheOffice*cough*. (I apologize in advanced for all the “That’s What She Said” jokes I’ll more than likely make.)
I've been crazy about photography since age 12 and fell in love with working with couples after I got engaged myself. The best moment of my life was getting to say "I Do" to my favorite person ever, so it's a pretty rad thing to be able to record that moment for you.
I am weird, introverted, and awkward. I laugh loudly, subtle jokes go right over my head, and I will trip over my words during our shoot. You know when you're thinking of the words "Pretty" and "Beautiful" so you accidentally say "Britty" or "Peautiful"? That's me. 100%.
What I'm trying to say is, I am 10 times more likely to make a fool out of myself than you, so it's all good.
(AKA: How we almost freakin' died on the way to our wedding.)
To make a long story short, we nearly drove off a cliff after our brakes failed during our road trip up to Seattle for our nuptials and got stranded with our broken car, trailer, & pets in a small town days before our wedding. We were saved by social media with the help of a handful of celebrities who tweeted our story and made it viral. It caught the attention of Audi and they lent us a brand new Audi Q7 to help get us to our wedding just in time.
It was legitimately the most insane experience either of us ever had and we still can't believe it happened.