Lizzie and Daniel were such a fun couple to work with. Their reception was one of the best I've photographed — everyone was on the dance floor!Read More
Brittany, Cody and Rileigh are the cutest little family. Rileigh Quinn was born September 4th, delivered by none other than her dad in their bathroom! She is perfection and I'm so happy I was able to spend a little time with them to capture these photos.Read More
I'm so thankful to have had my first destination wedding experience with Valerie & Joe! I had an amazing time shooting their wedding in Charlotte, North Carolina at the beautiful Ballantyne Hotel.Read More
Videography & Style Assistance: Landyn Gerace
Flower Wall & Styling : Ashley's Floral, LLC
Location: Cupcake Wishes
Makeup: Gia Campana
Models: Marissa & Desa Flores
Over 15 years ago Ashley and I were playing CYO basketball (her dad coaching us), performing in a talent show and making our first communion together. Today, we are lucky enough to get to work together on couples' wedding days—Ashley, the florist and me, the photographer.
Ashley and I also work together to produce styled shoots, which is so much fun. We've worked with several other amazing vendors that help bring our vision to life.
And I can't forget to mention Ben, Ashley's business partner and fiancé—the guy who so bravely took over lighting smoke bombs because I didn't trust myself to do it :)
I can't wait to see what ideas we come up with in the coming year, and I CAN'T wait to shoot Ashley & Ben's wedding in August!!
I'm so very lucky to work with these talented people.
I feel so blessed to have found an amazing photographer and person to work by my side on wedding days.
I met Emily (Kaelin) Webber at Kent State University, where we both studied photography. She is talented, fun and someone I can truly count on. It's such a great thing to have a friend that shares my passion for photography, who understands the ups and downs of building a business, and is always there for support when I need it.
At the most recent wedding we shot, the father of the bride told us what a great team we make, and that it seems we don't even need to talk to one another as we work because we already know what the other is thinking of doing next. That comment has stuck with me, and makes me appreciate how far we've come since our days in Dave LaBelle's photojournalism class.
I look forward to all of the weddings I'll be shooting with Emily in 2017, and I can't wait to watch her own business grow.
Love you, Em!