Anchorage Trail Engagement Session | Louisville, Kentucky Wedding Photographer | TJ & Kara


The warm Kentucky sun peeked through the leaves of the trees lining Anchorage Trail. Birds chirped cheerfully as Kara and TJ strolled hand-in-hand, a giddy excitement bubbling between them. They had chosen this scenic location for their late summer engagement session, hoping to capture the joy of their upcoming marriage amidst the beauty of nature.
Capturing their love, both in candid moments of laughter and stolen glances, wasn’t hard. They easily gazed into each other’s eyes with a love that promised forever. The lush greenery of the trail provided a perfect backdrop, while bursts of summer flowers added pops of color.

As they walked, they reminisced about their relationship, the moments that brought them together, and the dreams they shared for the future.

The summer sun dipped lower in the sky, casting a warm glow on the trail. Their session ended perfectly, with a sense of contentment and excitement for the new chapter that awaited them.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Winter Wedding | Indiana Wedding Photographer


Lauren & Tanner’s November wedding day began at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, in New Albany. The air was thrumming with nervous excitement as Lauren and her bridesmaids prepared their hair and makeup, with laughter echoing off the walls. Lauren made her way to the sanctuary for a private moment with Tanner before walking down the aisle to his smiling face.

As the ceremony unfolded, I became a silent observer, documenting the sanctity of the vows and the overflowing joy on Lauren and Tanners faces.

The reception at The Refinery brought the clinking of glasses during the toasts and the heartfelt speeches filled with tears and laughter. And of course the uninhibited dancing by all that were present. All of which are moments I strive to freeze in time.

Tanner & Lauren were ushered out the door by a blanket of confetti, excited and ready to begin their married life together.

Richwood on the River | Kentucky & IN Wedding Photographer


Lindsey & Tyler’s wedding day at Richwood on the River was magical and cozy. The fall colors were glistening in the evening sunlight as they read their vows to each other during their first look.

The ceremony soon took place at sunset under the trees. Candles lit only the alter space directing our attention of what was most important at that moment. Lindsey and Tyler further solidified their relationship and became Mr. & Mrs.

The silhouettes of guests were seen against the lights of the reception shining across the property ushering everyone into celebrate the happy couple. Drinks were poured, heart felt speeches were shared, and a lot of laughter and love lead the night away.

Hubers Lakehouse Wedding in Borden, Indiana | IN & Kentucky Wedding Photographer


The moment I met Laken on a Derby shoot for Today’s Woman Magazine, I knew right away that she was full of fun and spunk.  When she asked me to document her wedding day at Huber’s Lakehouse in Borden, Indiana I was thrilled, because I knew of the fun that would ensue. The excitement she had when she spoke of her fiancé Joey and her friends was affirmation of my assumption. The bridal party, family, and friends brought the energy for the evening indeed. From the group portraits, to walking down the isle, to the reception introductions the energy and surprises never stopped. Guest young and old took to the dance floor to celebrate Joey and Laken tying the knot, and a memorable celebration was written.


Wedding at The Frazier History Museum | Louisville, KY Wedding Photographer


The Frazier History Museum in downtown Louisville was such a unique space for Nick and Kaela’s wedding.  It’s a habit of mine now to always see places and spaces through a lens eye, and after briefly walking through the event space my mind was reeling with photographic opportunities. I geeked out a bit to be honest. The natural light pouring into the Speakeasy Room, and the iconic Bourbon Room were just a few spaces that set the character of the day. Add a stunning happy bride and groom and their crew, and it is simply perfection.

Capturing genuine candid love between Kaela and Nick was no challenge. Their faces were beaming with joy with every glance throughout the day. Family and friends were oozing with excitement and made each interaction with the special couple a moment to be captured. The challenge was simply keeping up with the moments because there truly were so many.

Their roof top ceremony was a stunning backdrop that was beautifully captured by the artistic hands of Elizabeth Alice Studio.

The reception that followed was full of unique personal touches for guests to enjoy, and that set the tone of the evening. Kaela and Nick ended their memorable day in each others arms surrounded by their family and friends wishing them all the best.

Creative Team:

@ladyfingers_cateringlouisville @bristolbarandgrilleky
@slyefilms @sweetstuffbakerynewalbany @elizabethalicestudio
Denny Whalen
Beth Roberts

The Refinery Summer Wedding | Indiana Wedding Photographer

Haley and Conners summer wedding at The Refinery in Jeffersonville, Indiana had been a wedding day that was a long time coming. It was the end of a beloved chapter in their lives, and the beginning of a chapter that is certain to be full of more adventure and love.

Both Haley and Connor have genuine hearts so it was no surprise that they had a crowd for a bridal party, and an army of family members to cheer them on.

The surprise dance number kicked off the a fun reception, when the father daughter dance turned into a family affair. Which brought her mom, brother, and new groom to the dance floor. Epic introduction, to an epic life to live indeed.


Creative Team

Venue: @therefineryevents
Cordinator: @courtneysamuelevents
Caterer: @shackinthebackbbq
Cake: Rusty Weihe
Dress: @idobridalboutiquefw
Makeup: @jleigh_beauty
Videographer: @jackbrownvideography
DJ: @savagesoundsentertainment

Louisville Waterfront Engagement Session | Kentucky & Indiana wedding photographer

The cool air off of the Ohio River didn’t stop Sheila and Jacob from having a good time during their waterfront engagement session. They simply just held each other closer, laughed a little harder, and smiled a little longer through their chattering teeth.  By the end of the session, the sun had gone behind the clouds and the the cool wind showed no mercy. Jacob and Sheila were both troopers and decided to get their blood flowing by doing a few dead lifts with each other. Of course laugher presumed which brought out the natural smiles and emotions, and glimpse into the playful nature of their relationship.

Sheila & Jacob, I hope you always hold onto that playful nature, and remember to hold each other closer and tighter when life seems a little cold.  Can’t wait to document your wedding day love story!