I’m a wedding photographer based in Knoxville, Tennessee, though home was New England for me up until recently. My family moved to Tennessee in the summer of 2016, but my wedding travels frequently bring me to locations throughout the southeast as well as all of the New England States. I enjoy travelling and have done destination wedding work in Italy, Mexico and other locations across the eastern coastline.
Over the years my style of photography has evolved and has become much more focused on the emotion and connection that my couples have for one another. In keeping with this as my focus, my attempt is always to create beautiful images that capture moments and interactions that are often fleeting and lost. I am constantly looking for creative compositions that play with both natural and artificial light. I prefer dramatic imagery that enhanced the candid moments with play in the shadows and blacks. If I pose a couple, it is with purpose and intention. My couples trust me and my vision and even more, my ability to navigate the complexity of a wedding day.
Couples have often said that they choose to work with me for my style, vision and ability to capture couples in a unique style. I pride myself in being able to create images where most can not envision one being taken.
My work has been featured by some of the industry’s top publications including Bridal Beauty Magazine, Style Me Pretty, Newport Wedding Magazine, the Knot, NorthShore Magazine, The Pink Bride Magazine, The Inspired Bride and several other publications. I am a featured vendor on WeddingWire and is a preferred vendor at several of the top wedding venues in the Knoxville area and throughout New England.
I also specialize in intimate natural mountain weddings. I am licensed to photograph weddings and engagements within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. My Commercial Use Authorization allows me to photograph weddings and elopements within the national park, to include Spence Cabin, the Appalachian Clubhouse and Cades Cove.
Anyway, enough about my story. I'd love to hear yours.