Annndd while I may have a bit of trouble getting to the punch line while verbally recounting my day to Jer, I am SO delightfully good at telling your story, through beautiful photos of course.
I however picked it up and felt so much joy from playing around with it. From then on I always found a way to get a camera in my hands, and beginning in my early teens friends would ask me to take candids and bts photos at their weddings or events in exchange for a couple hundred dollars. So in 2018 I started my business, and have never looked back. Photography brings me so much joy, not just only taking the photos, but interacting with YOU and learning your story and feeling your happiness when you see the final gallery. Taking photos is a form of art that I never want to stop doing.
I know, I don't get it either I just reallyyy love it. The way it looks blowing in the wind, the way the sun catches its blades, the way it smells right when its been cut. The way it feels on your bare feet as you run across it full speed. Everythingggg.
2. BANANA BREAD
Specifically homemade and fresh from the oven so the butter melts all over it. I made two loaves and ate them both almost entirely by myself in 4 days. I am not proud of it, I just couldn't stop because its so. damn. good.
I love driving fast, I love driving in softly falling snow, I love long road trips alone blasting the car-aoke playlist and singing my throat raw. & I love driving in the rain with the windows down and heated seat on. Ugh I'll be right back I need to go for a drive.
I'm one of those people who really does think that with the right tutorial and some time, I could diy anything. Its proven to be false *numerous* times but that doesn't stop me from trying.
I'm a nature girlie and I love to be active. I love playing pickup sports at the park, wake surfing, horseback riding, paddle boarding, golf, camping, dirtbiking, and snowboarding. I'm not a professional at any of these, but I firmly believe you don't have to be great at something to love it.
Unless the location of your choice is under active distress, I will absolutely fly there to photograph your wedding or elopement. Specifically, I'd loooove to photograph in Italy, Switzerland, & literally any of the National Parks in the USA. I visited Zion during winter and let me TELL you, it was insanely gorgeous and there really weren't any crowds! 10/10 recommend.
Recent years I've been to Alaska, Zion NP, Canyonlands NP, Bryce Canyon NP, Thailand, Bali, Mexico, and all over the PNW. I can confirm they're all exceptional places to say 'I Do'.