Which is why the HEART of my work is centered around delivering physical, tangible photographs that you can hold in your hands and not just on your phone. While digital photos are the bulk of the images you’ll receive from me, film is always included in my collections to some extent, and not just as an ‘add on.’
You might be asking.. what does “intimate celebrations” mean? While the term has been used to describe celebrations with smaller guest lists, I believe that an event doesn’t have to be small to be intimate. For me, intimate means intentional - and I thrive working with couples who want to plan an intentional New Orleans wedding experience for both themselves and their guests.
One of my favorite parts of of being a New Orleans wedding photographer is walking alongside of couples to help tell their story in a wholistic way. Below is a space dedicated to all the great stories I’ve helped tell!
Kyle and Ryan’s intimate New Orleans wedding - fun, meaningful, and emotional - celebrated all the best things about the city and their LGBTQ community.
Patty and John's stylish Hotel Peter & Paul wedding was gorgeous, and emotional. Full of artistic flare and personal details, this wedding was truly the perfect mix of all!
Nathan & Theresa's New Orleans courthouse elopement was a joy to photograph because it was so distinctly local - an authentic New Orleans wedding experience.
I genuinely believe that wholehearted living exists at the intersection of all the laughs, tears, joyful milestones and painful heartaches. I’m not here to dwell on the clouds, but rather make space for that extraordinary, gut-wrenching love to be a part of the picture. I’ll do that as your New Orleans wedding photographer. Speaking your language?