In 2014, I wasn’t a wedding photographer.
I was just like you - planning my own wedding at our favorite Maine Campground!
We read all the magazines, blogs, and went crazy pinning all sorts of ideas with Pinterest.
We just wanted people to have fun + for us to enjoy the day.
Leading up to our day, I felt like a piece of me was missing. I lost my mother/best-friend to cancer in 2005.
At the time, my older brother carried all the photographs of our mom. Unfortunately, we weren’t on speaking terms. No one in my family would give me a photo of my mom so I could just feel like she was there.
My mother’s best friend ending up surprising me. When I walked down the aisle to greet my now wife, there stood a photo of my mom right next to her.
You feel defeated in planning a wedding because people love telling you how your day should be -
Instead of hearing how you want your day to actually be.
You need someone you just gets that fierce individual in you.
You don’t want to conform to society's norms.
You know you want photos that aren’t awkward, time consuming, or don't look true to what your day actually looked like.
You’re know what you want.
SO why is finding a wedding photographer so freakin’ hard!?
know what you want. SO why is finding a wedding photographer so freakin’ hard!?
+ I’ll take the time to listen to you both and truly understand your wants and needs.
+ I believe a good photographer can make it work no matter the location.
+ I'll even tell you if you have spinach in your teeth.
- Jessica and Andrew
"she is so calm, collected, & has the best energy! my friends & family still talk about her!"
— Sarah and Ethan
"after meeting alicia, i just knew we had to have her. we picked our date around her availability!"
— Kaytlynn and Nick
"i couldn't believe how comfortable we both felt. especially since we are really shy people."