Yes, that really is me in my wedding dress in June of 2005. Doesn't seem very long ago, but we can already see the trends changing. My wedding was shot half film, and half digital. In 13 short years, I've seen a lot change in the photography industry. But the one constant in my mind is getting beautiful images of moments you don't want to forget. Whether that happens to be the first glance of your soon to bewife, a big yawn from your newborn baby, or the family portrait when everyone is back in the same town. That means a hiring a professional photographer, who knows their equipment and how to work with available light. We use a mix of photojournalism and posing to make sure we capture you as you are, but also in the most flattering way.
Sarah has been photographing weddings and portraits since 2001 and received her degree in Photographic Communication in 2005. Since then, she has photographed weddings all around the country. In what's left of her spare time, she chases her daughter, dog, and husband around the yard; runs, hikes, camps, and enjoys long road trips, usually back to places she has lived.