Hey! I am jenny.

My friends call me Jennifer. I have an obsession with photographing love and all things that surround it. Weddings truly have my heart (along with coffee and cookies). I began this crazy photography journey over 5 years ago and haven't looked back since. In 2014, my life dramatically changed when I lost one of my closest friends shortly after her wedding. I was new in my journey, but from then on I promised myself to treat every wedding I photographed like it was not only my own wedding, but that of my closest friend. I truly care about each and every couple that I have photographed these past 5 years. "Enough with the sad, let's start this party!" Is what you're probably thinking right? Here is where it gets super fun and amazing, in 2016 I met Ashley when she hired me! After that, it's all a blurry mess of tacos, tons of messages and GIF wars. When we are shooting wedding we work so seamlessly together that we don't even have to think about it. We dance. We laugh (a lot). We cry. It truly is the best thing ever to be able to live the dream with your bestie by your side.

Hey! I am ashley

My friends call me Ashley. I'm a hopeless romantic who cries at Disney movies and has a ridiculously close relationship with my two German Shepherds. You may think I am kidding, but those puppers are my babies. I am a lover of all things food, coffee, and German Shepherds. I began my journey into photography after my first daughter was born. I wanted a way to capture her growing up that was better than a cell phone, so my husband purchased my very first camera for me. A few years later I started my business and it has soared like crazy ever since. I met Jennifer when I hired her for a session with my oldest daughter (my youngest daughter wasn't even a thought) and my female sheppie. We clicked pretty instantly and then I hired her again and the rest is history. Many memories, trips to The Rookery, editing sessions and laughs later; here we are! I couldn't imagine a better wedding buddy than her!


“Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.”