Hey, I'm Brittany!

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 My photography journey began and fizzled in 2005 in my High School film class. Later on in college I changed my major like it was my job, but I was always drawn towards the psychology classes and you wouldn't believe how handy those have come with my now career. I truly loved photography but it got pushed to the side until my son was born in 2012. Looking to get back into documenting my sons life, it quickly grew into a huge passion of mine! Over the last few years I've lived, breathed and slept photography and read any and everything I could get my hands on. I'm always perfecting my craft and striving to learn new techniques as well as networking with other industry professionals

I'm all about:

Being the best mom I can be. Living in as many states as possible (thanks Husband). Otis, my doofus of a dog. The two cats I somehow acquired. Knitting & crocheting. Podcasts- I love me some podcasts. Drinking tea. Frye boots. Spooky stuff. Being an extroverted introvert. Quiet mornings before everyone else is awake. Unexpected gifts. Meeting fellow weirdies and instantly becoming friends.

 
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My Gear:

Sorry Nikon folks, I'm a Canon shooter.
Cameras: Canon Mark IV & 6D
Lenses: 35mm, 50mm, 85mm & 200mm (for those super candid shots)
All my current work is edited with DC Presets 

 

My Favorite Weddings

Are outdoors during the day & early evening. Have unique styling and design. Boho-glam. No more than 100 guests 

 

You might be a better fit for another photographer if you:

Are having a strictly indoor wedding. Have a large guest list (150 or more people). There are different ceremony and reception locations.

 

Think we'd be a good fit? Fill out the contact form below and I'll be in touch within 48 hours!

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