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    If you're looking for creative wedding or portrait photographers with a fresh perspective on the art of photojournalism, then you're in the right place!

    No matter what the occasion, we specialize in capturing emotion with our cameras; and, (most of the time) we can do it without anyone even realizing we're there! The results are natural, relaxed looking photos that reflect the true essence of who you are.

    *We are a small, exclusive studio, and in order to ensure that our clients have the most awesome and personalized experience possible, we take on a limited number of weddings each year. We get snapped up very quickly, so if you think we might be a good fit for you, hit up our contact form ASAP!

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kim + kyle

Kim and Kyle were kind enough to share some of their favorite wedding day memories with us so that we can share them with all of you!  Look for those throughout the post!!  :)

Kim:  “Starting the day off with my bridesmaids and parents was a perfect way to calm my nerves by getting our hair and make up done together.”  
Kim:  “Once the limo got there and we were waiting in the back of the church to walk down, it was a whirlwind of emotions and I’m pretty sure I cut off my dad’s circulation in his hand. We didn’t even realize we forgot to start walking down the aisle when our music started-oops! Sorry Kyle!”Kim:  “Once I got to the top of the aisle and was able to hold Kyle’s hand, it was like a thousand pounds lifted off my shoulder and I was finally able to breathe.  Our pastor, Scott, made it such a fun and enjoyable ceremony.”

Kyle:  “Being at the altar holding Kim’s hands just staring into her eyes, I blocked out all the rest just knew how happy I was at that very moment.”

Kim:  “When we went to the back part of the golf course at The Timberlodge with just Jenn and Ben, it was the first time we were able to enjoy being together that day.  It was so relaxing to be able to take it all in.”

Kyle:  “Going off on the golf cart to take pictures and get away from it all was relaxing and we had fun!”

Kyle:  “For our first dance, the song they played was the wrong version, but we adapted quickly and just went with the flow with ease – it was perfect and I wouldn’t have had it any other way!”Kim: “A few days before our wedding I asked Kyle how we were going to do our cake cutting- you know; to make sure I wasn’t getting it smashed in my face.  He didn’t want to have that talk; so when it came down to it, he got some cake on his face “Kim:  “The groomsmen put together a groomsmen dance and it was PERFECT.  I had no clue it was coming until my maid of honor, Hillary, made me sit in a chair on the dance floor.  I’m so glad they were able to keep it a secret.”

Kim and Kyle:  “Our suggestion to anyone planning a wedding is to take time to BREATHE the day of.  Sit there and take it all in; the day is over in a blink of an eye.  And, don’t sweat the small stuff.  Not everything will be exactly how you wanted it, but when it comes down to it, you won’t even notice.  Working with Jenn and Ben was everything we could have asked for.  They captured every moment perfectly.  Photographs are the one thing you come away with after your wedding (besides the memories), so we knew that was one area of our wedding that we didn’t want to cut back on.”

jenna + miles

katie + ed