As a photographer, it’s really important to me that your time with me isn’t just about creating good photographs, but creating a memory that you will cherish. This is an opportunity for exploration, a changed perspective, and celebration. Our world has some incredible corners, hidden scenes of majesty, that still remain a secret. One of the things I get most excited about is sharing these spots with you and giving you a space to behold beauty together.
It’s here, in these quiet places where an unusual power is present. These are more than just landscapes to me, they are declarations of love. Call it whatever you wish, I call it by the name of the Lord, but I believe the smallness and security we feel here is a product of love from an entity larger than ourselves >> a site where a heavenly force meets our physical world. I want you to know this love and have the opportunity to name it for yourself in whatever way you’d like >> to let it inform and play a role in your own story of love. I won’t be the photographer whose primary goal is to make you look good. My goal, first and foremost will always be to put you in front of love. To let love do its work on you. Two things that I believe hold infinitely more value.
This summer evening spent breathing in the most radiant sunshine with Mallory & Weston will forever be one of my favorite memories. I had never met these two before that night, but I swear we would be best friends in another life where we lived in closer proximity to each other. We bonded over our shared love of The Avett Brothers, Gregory Alan Isakov, sweet mixed doggos, and our shared last name (I’m convinced we are family). Utah’s desert sun is something else, and we watched it touch the horizon as the moon rose above Hurricane Valley. Here’s to them, and many others, for trusting me to take them to new territory! Let’s keep the wandering alive, lovebirds!