Hey! I'm Erin. If you’re anything like me, you find peace outdoors. When I'm outdoors, the stress and pressures of the world fade away. I believe your wedding day should feel that way too, so I made it my mission to help couples plan a wedding day where they can be fully present with the people they love most, in a place that feels like home.
When I was panning my wedding, I felt like I had to choose between quality time with my husband and quality time with my loved ones. I wanted my closest friends and family to feel loved and appreciated. So, when my husband and I were planning our wedding, we found ways to combine the two.
We had our first look at one of my favorite trailheads on the BRP, and then hiked up to a big open spot with beautiful views to exchange our hand-written vows. After our morning in the mountains, we had an evening ceremony with our close friends and family, followed by dinner and dancing to celebrate. Our hybrid wedding day sparked a passion in me to help more couples do the same.
Just as important as the memories you’ve made during your wedding day, are the photos you’ll have to remember them. Once the sun has set over the mountains and your wedding day comes to a close, all you’ll have left are the photos. My approach to documenting your wedding is to quietly document the moments between loved ones that would otherwise go unnoticed, and create a comfortable environment where you can be your true selves, creating images that allow you to relive your day for the rest of your lives.
My Approach To Documenting Your Day
I completed the LNT Photographer Course from the Center of Outdoor Ethics so that I can serve my couples in the best possible way, while also being mindful of the impact we have when we go outside. Nature is my studio, so it’s my responsibility as a photographer to be educated about how we can make sure these beautiful places last and continue to thrive for years to come.
I am committed to following Leave No trace principles both on my own, and with my couples.