I'm Kelly! I'm a PNW based wedding + lifestyle photographer, a dog lover, and chocolate chip cookie connoisseur. I'm in my element when I get to work alongside adventurous couples who truly value real connection. Come take a peek behind the scenes of my life and my work!
Confession time… We never designed our own wedding album, let alone an heirloom wedding album. I know… it’s horrible!!!! As someone who values printing photos and heirlooms, over the past 9 years so much has changed! With moving overseas, then to Seattle, to relocating my business, to having a baby…I never found the time. So […]
I’m so excited that you have made the decision to elope or have a small wedding! Whether you were planning to elope or you have downsized your celebration due to COVID, there are many ways to include your family at your elopement and honor your friends. Here are a five of my favorite ways! 1. Read […]
Elopements are becoming more trendy – and they are not for everyone – but for some couples they are truly the best way to get married. I want to share 5 reasons to elope and how that may be the best fit for your wedding experience! 1. Authenticity The 1st out of 5 reasons to elope […]
Jamie + Chris’ Karma Vineyards Wedding was intentional and I felt that within every decision and detail. Their love story was woven into their celebration and Amber of A Renee Events – KILLED it with bringing their love story into the guests’ experience – PLUS the styling was truly stunning. Jamie + Chris’ wedding day […]
I have to say – it feels surreal sitting down to write out Juliana’s birth story. It’s hard to believe she is sleeping in a swing beside me – she is finally here. 3.5 years later…and our daughter is here and she is real. If you are new to our story – I will say its […]
I’m so excited to reveal Juliana’s nursery! This has literally become my favorite room in the house! I love integrating my eclectic style and the influence of the places we have lived with a more mid century / minimal / boho vibe! Agustin and I lived in Ghana, West Africa for almost 2 years early in […]