the most important vendor at your wedding is your photographer. when the wedding is over all you will have let are your images.
the relationship between client and photographer should be easy, not forced. when choosing a photographer i feel you should pick someone you could see yourself being friends with, and that connection will come out in your images.
as a lifestyle photographer i prefer to use natural light, and throw most of the traditional photography rules out the window. i don't work in a sears portrait studio so don't expect traditional poses, and "say cheese". however, you can expect a lot of different angles, perspectives & even some artsy out of focus shots. that is the beauty and uniqueness of my photography, i choose to embrace the different instead of shy away from it. i'm all about helping you & yours express what your really about, and having a crazy fun time doing it!
i am very emotionally invested in my work, this is what i choose to do with my time away from my own family. i like to get to know my subjects & never put you on a time clock. i do not want you or myself to feel rushed. being photographed should be a fun and rewarding experience not a drama fest!
funk, angles and crazy loud photographer lady not for you? that's ok! i highly recommend amanda wrenn, www.dragonfly-portraits.com.
i would love to become a part of your life through photography, so what are you waiting for?
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Ashley · Married on 09/19/2009
Courtney is a great!! She goes above & beyond what's expected of a photographer!! Definitely book her for your wedding!!!Sent on 02/02/2010
Heather · Married on 09/12/2009
Courtney does a wonderful job! Best pictures we have ever had made!Sent on 02/19/2010
Tahnee · Married on 08/29/2009
Courtney was great to work with. My pictures and album came out beautiful!Sent on 02/09/2010