jeff & kristen
We believe in genuine emotions and chasing sunsets. In the kinds of images that remind you of the joy that can be found in the simplest of moments together. We believe in images that are itching to be printed, placed in beautiful frames and hung on walls for years to come.
When I, Jeff, started photography I spent my spare time out and about taking photos every chance I got and really loved the creative process from snapping the shots to post processing them afterwards. As I began to photograph people and place them into beautiful scenes I fell in love with the work of art that was created. Being able to freeze special moments in time to last forever that show raw emotions, love, laughs, smiles, and tears of joy has become my passion. Weddings are filled with these moments throughout the entire day. Wedding photography has given me the opportunity to use my creative eye to deliver impactful images that my clients can look back on to remember and relive the happiest times of their lives.
I met my wife Kristen three years ago and she has picked up the same passion for photography that I have. Working together has been a dream! With her unique ability to spot and capture a great photo all while making those around her feel comfortable and at ease, she has really made our business dynamic and complete.
When we pick up our cameras, we strive to create beautiful and emotional images that tell a story and showcase the beauty of both the people in the images and the world around them. Even with it's ups and downs, your life, your story, are beautiful and we can't wait to create images to show that!
We're hikers, dog lovers and beach bums whenever we get the chance. We like to Netflix and chill, eat delicious food, go on adventures and have a good time. We love spending time with our family, our friends, and our never ending fur shedder Noelle.
sara + mike
“They are friendly, had great communication, and work so well together as a team. They produced so many stunning images, we honestly couldn’t of been happier.”
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