My favorite compliment I’ve received from a couple is that I was their extra set of eyes for their wedding day. I love capturing intimate moments that you can relive over and over again while showing off your love in a creative and authentic way. Nothing trendy or cheesy, just honest and real.

cityscape, warehouses, industrial and urban

rustic, farmland, natural, woodlands, rural

destination, beach, elopements, informal

Landen + Kristin // Muskegon Country Club Wedding

Every single time I looked at Landen or Kristin on their wedding day, there were moments. Laughter, goofiness, hugs and being carried when your wedding shoes caused blisters, all of it made me realize how much respect, love and compassion these two have for each other, their families and their friends.

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Jon + Sarah // Elegant Amway Grand Wedding

Tradition brought Sarah and Jon back to the Amway Grand to get married in the same Ford Presidential Ballroom that Sarah’s parents were married 35 years earlier. The couple both grew up in West Michigan but didn’t meet until their lives each took them to Chicago.

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Kevin + Meghan // Ann Arbor U of M Wedding

When I first talked to Kevin and Meghan and their wedding plans, Kevin said something about having a quiet, small family and Meghan said, “and mine is large and loud!” The one thing that was the same was their love of the University of Michigan. Meghan is a graduate of U of M and Kevin’s family had been lifelong fans. The couple now lives in Boston but wanted to bring all their wedding guests together in a town and campus they cherish.

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Joel + Annah // Muskegon Lake Nautical Wedding

Along the shores of Muskegon Lake, walking distance from where the bride grew up, Joel and Annah were married underneath a willow tree as sailboats passed. This wedding was a tribute to all the lovely things that make Muskegon, Michigan so wonderful.

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Wayne + Tim // Kentucky Vintage Shop Wedding

Wayne and Tim were married in Smiths Grove, Kentucky at Rockin’ Ronda Repurposed to support one of the local businesses they adore. They stripped their own house of decorations so that a little bit of home made its way into the day and, of course, their two dogs were an important part of it all, too. Small, yet meaningful, elements that made their wedding one of kind — just like their love.

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