Hi, I’m Bri!
I can drink margaritas like it’s my job and get down with my bad self to some old school hip-hop. I own too many house plants and most definitely belong on a beach. I miiiiight listen to way too much Drake (okay, I do!) and almost always have a messy bun on top of my head.
If you ask me why I became a photographer, I could lie and tell you that from the moment I picked up my first camera that this is what I was destined to be…but that’s not true. It kinda snuck up on me! I always knew I saw the world and people a little differently but it wasn’t until I was pursuing my college degree that I found my love for human interaction, body language, and intimacy through photography. This quickly and quite easily became the focus of my art and continues to be the focus in my photography career. Capturing a photo is easy, but capturing life’s little moments in a way that makes you feel it over and over again is what I am continually striving to achieve in my work.
I know personally how important photos are. Having lost my father two years ago, preparing for the funeral brought me to a sad realization; I have no recent photos of me with my dad. As a photographer, this hit home for me and it hit HARD. From that day forward, I vowed to work tirelessly for my couples so they would never have to feel the realization that I feel now when looking back in time.
So today I want to say to you, I understand. I understand the importance of your memories. I understand that capturing your memories is not about a shot list, what makes my portfolio look good or a pay check. I understand that the photos I take today will someday be the only thing you have left to remember yourselves, your loved ones and a time when you were young, in love and life was good. You can trust me and I promise to cherish and treat your memories as if they are my own.
Let’s start a conversation. Come meet me out for coffee or let’s plan a virtual date via zoom. I am always eager to learn as much as I can about new people and hear all about how and who you love.