|I've studied photography since 2005, but it wasn't until I photographed my first wedding in 2011 that I realized how much power a well-captured moment can hold. Memory can be fleeting, but photography can hold so much feeling, emotion, and story in one frame. Being a determined and dedicated sort of gal, I've spent the past decade perfecting my documentary photography skills because my couples deserve to have high-quality visual reminders of the moments they'd never want to forget.|
When I'm not working, I spend a lot of time chasing whatever will bring me joy. What does that look like? On some days it might mean more basic activities, like hiking, or exploring new areas of Maine, but I'm equally happy turning a few cartwheels, rereading the entirety of the Animorphs book series during the pandemic, ice dying clothing in the backyard, and obsessing over all things Survivor. Seriously, if you watch Survivor, we need to talk about it, it's a necessity.