elopements + small weddings for 
 earth loving couples.

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 photography for Kindred spirits

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I provide an honest, organic, and soulful experience for my clients through my process and photography. I keep it super real. I will ask you a lot of questions about yourself and your relationship; I want to have a sense of your energy in order to provide you the best experience possible.

I also encourage you to bring things that help you connect to each other on our shoot - whether it's your ceremony or a session. Some of my clients bring moon water to drink before they say their vows. Others will pull a card from their preferred tarot deck. Some have a smudge ceremony or meditate with their crystals. I invite you to make this experience your own.

You're safe with me. This is a judgement free space, come as you are.

everyone deserves a bit of magic woven into their photography experience.

I believe...

[  My philosophy  ]

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A non-traditional, romantic, sacred, and inventional winter elopement on the blue ridge parkway near Asheville North Carolina

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mother and baby snuggled up on mountain top

What can I even begin to say about Kelsey + Norah? These two are magic! Especially bathed in golden light on the Blue Ridge Parkway for their family session. We hiked in to this spot and as we did Norah was exploring the trail. She was enamored with the Yarrow (which was so special for […]

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Witchy Asheville engagement session with crystals and a sage smudge. The couple had fun building a campfire and playing in the woods and river.

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Emily + Collin reached out to me about their elopement many moons ago. They wanted to get married in the forest and weren’t sure how to go about making that happen. I scouted out a place for their waterfall elopement in Asheville and they committed, site unseen. One of my favorite parts of working with […]

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A few ideas focused on how to elope in Asheville and the Blue Ridge Mountains sustainably and with the correct permits from the National Park Service.

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