Your wedding day should be focused solely on you and your partner. Gone are the days where you take others' opinions of your wedding plans to heart - unless you ask for them, of course! The wedding culture is changing, and we are here for it.
I’m taylor. I don’t capitalize my name, it’s just a thing I do. As an elopement and intimate wedding photographer, you'd probably think I'm obsessed with a picture-perfect hallmark love story. Yeah, that ain't me. I'm here for that best friend shit - 3am snacks in bed, laying upside down on the couch during quarantine, going for a drive with the Jeep top off as the sun sets behind the mountains kinda stuff - with your babe. The more spontaneous, the more fun. I LOVE learning about the dynamics of my couples and watching them interact. Learning what made them fall in love. How they met, how their partner proposed, you name it. I will probably ask these things at your session or wedding, so be prepared to tell me in great detail.
Picture this: it's sunrise and you and your partner are getting ready together inside your truck that you just parked at the top of a mountain pass. You just put your earrings in and need to take one last look at your hair. Your partner is tying their shoes. The cotton candy skies are just starting to illuminate as the sun rises.
Now picture this: your mother is helping you zip the back of your dress. Your first look is in less than 10 minutes but you don't want to rush any of those minutes away - the day is already flying by. You look up to the mirror and see your little sister behind you admiring the way you look in your wedding dress.
I'm a strong believer that your wedding day photos should narrate your day.
Which ever approach resonates with you, let's capture the whole thing.
get in touch & share your story
establish your date & book with me!
let's start planning this party!
show up feeling BEAUTIFUL
live out your perfect day - I'll be there to document it!
relive that day over and over once your images are delivered