As a co-founder of Love Me Do Photography I would love to create a unique story of your wedding day. I received my BFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in and have been shooting weddings for 10 years. I have also worked as a commercial and fine art photographer being featured in publications, private collections, auctions, and arts fairs. My work has been exhibited in numerous galleries across the country.
I love to bridge my fine art work into wedding photography to create a cinematic quality with charming environments filled with candid emotion. I am often inspired by my passion for vivid colors, road trips across America, vintage motels, and nostalgic architecture.
As a trained photojournalist, I want to capture your love as naturally and truthfully as I can. I want you to tear up over sweet moments between you and your grandma, and crack up at dancing photos when everyone has had a little too much liquid courage. The focus of your day is the two of you and the life you’ve created, and I'm here to capture that.
With a love for travel, outdoor adventure, and good coffee, I’m up for anything (let me travel to you!). I am passionate about somehow keeping my plants alive and never letting my tap-dancing skills fall by the wayside. Let’s chat about how we can work together!
I would have to say the most important thing to me is family. It's the memories we make and moments we share with loved ones that help shape who we are. I find great joy in being able to capture those moments on your wedding day. Having graduated from Tyler School of Art with a BFA in photography, this enables me to do so with an artistic perspective.
My passions, other than photography, include acting, film, and theater. I recently started kickboxing and I love being outdoors. In my spare time you can find me pursuing those passions, relaxing with a great book, and, of course, spending time with family and loved ones.
The Rest of the Team:
Love Me Do Photobooth Manager. Graduated from Tyler School of Art with a BFA in Photography and a minor in Art History. I started as an intern with Love Me Do in 2010, the last wedding of the season wanted a photo booth, it has taken off as a trend and I’ve been doing them ever since. I enjoy the photo booth because it gives guests the opportunity to have fun and take away a piece of the day as well as add to the collective memory in a unique way. In addition to weddings I work at Moore College of Art & Design doing large scale fine art printing for students
Born in 2016, Agnes is the youngest member of the Love Me Do Team: our sidekick and mascot. She loves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, riding her scooter, Trolls, tumbling, and swimming.