About

I'm an elopement photographer serving Spain, Europe & beyond. I’m passionate about traveling the world and building meaningful connections with the people in it. I love meeting new people, experiencing different cultures, and hiking to the best views.

How did you get into the wedding industry?

I got into wedding photography because it was the perfect combination of connecting with people and utilizing my creativity. I love capturing the authenticity of a relationship and a moment. It's an incredible honor to be let into peoples' lives in such a personal way. I also really enjoy working with other wedding vendors as a team to make a unique experience for our clients.

Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?

I was on a hike with a couple and played a song they had mentioned before the shoot. The bride then told me it was the song that was playing when she first realized she loved him. She teared up, and they shared a moment in this beautiful place. It was amazing to document that moment so they could have that memory preserved forever.

What equipment do you use?

I have a Nikon D750 and D810. My lenses are Sigma 35mm, Nikor 50mm, and Sigma 70-200mm. I also have an off camera flash with a Gary Fong diffuser.

What's your favorite part of the wedding day? Why?

My favorite part is when the bride and groom have a moment to themselves for the first time that day. Sometimes it's a "first look", other times it's after family photos, or during sunset portraits. It's so sweet to see the couple take a minute and soak up the day together without any distractions.

Any advice for Brides and Grooms?

Make your day what you want it to be and avoid falling into stress as much as possible. At the end of the day the focus should be on the incredible commitment you're making to each other.

Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?

Remember that it's all about serving your client. Go above and beyond to minimize stress and distractions and create the best possible experience for your couple. It's important to build a relationship with the couple before the wedding so you know what's important to them and how to best document their day.