it's so nice to meet you,

let's be friends!

I’ve always loved visual storytelling, and for as long as I can remember growing up, I’ve had a video camera in my hand at all times. When I discovered wedding videography five years ago, it was like someone had opened up a whole world of capturing stories, love, and light. 

It is my heart to create your wedding video to be an heirloom that is passed down and shown to generations after you. Real life is is so much more than frozen moments in time, it's movement, laughter, and tears. It's a shared look between loved ones, dancing the night away with your friends, and the way your voice shakes reading your vows to your future spouse. It is my privilege and joy to capture your story of a lifetime. 

A few fun facts


I started picking up a camera DAILY at 10 years old and I've literally never stopped since.


I've got the goofiest dog ever whose name is Teddy! He's the cutest and I love him so much.


 places to see

wedding film bucket list





a love that lasts

 Do you see that couple over there?? Those are actually my grandparents! Super cute, right?? Well this is them on their wedding day! For the longest time all I knew of that day was this photograph. 

Both of my grandparents passed a long time ago. Unfortunately, I never really got to know my grandma at all and my grandpa passed away when I was 12.

However, in the summer of 2020 something magical happened. My sister found a tape we hadn’t seen before. We pulled our VCR player out of the dust and cobwebs and suddenly there was a gasp around the room. The tape contained actual footage of my grandparents wedding day. For the first time I was able to see my grandma laugh on her wedding day. I saw how cute and nervous my grandpa looked. I saw how relieved he was when the ceremony was over and he walked down the aisle with his wife. I got to experience the way my grandma’s dress moved and the way her dad walked her down the aisle. 

I wouldn’t trade that experience for anything in the world. It confirmed something I’d known for a long time.

Deciding to film life’s biggest moments is one of the most important choices you can make.