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I believe that real moments are far better than staged ones. I believe in marriages being infinitely more beautiful than the wedding day. I believe that two are designed to be better than one, and that holy cord of three strands is not easily broken. I believe in photographing stories in natural, comfortable environments. I believe you should have people in your life that make you laugh until you cry. I believe that a good portrait should make you feel something. I believe that in most situations cheesecake and/or Disney can be used as excellent coping strategies. I believe that there is power in a handwritten note. I believe that Jesus Christ came to save, to help us live this life to the full, and to be a perfect example of what it looks like to really love: graciously, passionately, and sacrificially. I believe that there is so much joy to be found in the little every day moments that we often take for granted, and that it’s my privilege to document them.

This business began back in 2006, and for the past 10 years clients have allowed me into their lives and into some of their most precious moments. It is my job to take beautiful portraits, yes, but I also believe that it’s my job to support and encourage the relationships in front of my camera. To show a new mom just how stunning she is with her child curled up on her chest. To show a bride the way her new husband looks at her adoringly when her back is turned. To capture photographs where you can hear the laughter, feel the emotion, and share the joy as if you were right there next to me when I took it. I always want to photograph you in an honest, artful way that results in genuine portraits that feel so true to YOU. If it sounds like we would be a good match, head on over to the contact form and drop me a note! I would absolutely love to hear from you!

Delightfully, Jessie

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