(I want chickens so bad for some reason)
I’m also a textbook INFP and daydream believer – I left my career as an RN to pursue my dream to be a wedding photographer full time, and I’ve never looked back.
Photography is something I was born to do. A skill I learned from my late father, photography is deeply rooted in my heart. He taught me how to preserve those special moments.
I have won awards and have had work published in magazines, blogs, and art galleries. Even with 10 years of experience, I am constantly learning and growing. Hey, who else is going to toot my horn?
What I’m grateful for
My little family is so dear to me. After my father passed I’ve become keenly aware of making the most of the time we have together. You can probably sense that those ideals manifest in my work as well, as I love capturing those happy memories.
nostalgia – knowing the story or history behind things
breweries with food trucks & wine and tapas
a slow dance (after said wine or beer) to some goooood music
I don’t really love:
sitting for too long
an unscheduled phone call
forgetting bugspray at outdoor venues
"We had the best experience with Rachel! She did our engagement shoot, my bridal portraits and our wedding day. We absolutely are in love with her photos. They are more like art! She has a fantastic eye and we’re so glad we have her photos to document our memories. Would use her again for our next life stage photos without a doubt."
-BECCA & SPENCER