If I were to get married again, I would elope. Elopements are an incredibly intimate way to marry someone, and they leave you the freedom to fill your day doing things that you both love. With quick, private, and romantic ceremonies, comes time to go hiking or mountain biking, to set up a campsite and make s-mores, or to watch the sunset together. Large weddings are wonderful, but aren't for everyone. Eloping is a way to put the couple and their love FIRST and truly be present and enjoy the day. I would love to be there with you to capture your adventure.



For me, it’s important to tell a full story from the beginning, through the details and the most important moments, to the end. For that reason and to find balance in accepting both elopements and traditional weddings, I’ve come up with a simple hourly rate plus minimum booking times for different days of the week. The investment includes a planning meeting (either in-person or over Zoom) a few weeks before your elopement and 50-75 digital files per hour of coverage.




I’m an analog girl right here. I like my clocks to have hands, my books to have paper, and I believe photographs are something that you should hold. I think it is so so important to get those images off of your hard drive and into frames, onto the wall and into an heirloom album. Below is a description of my heirloom album that I love best for telling wedding and elopement stories. You can save $100 when you purchase an album credit with your wedding package – otherwise wedding albums are ordered after the online gallery is delivered, 8 weeks after the the wedding date.