Hi there! I'm Heather.
I'm a wife and mom, and I love to capture beautiful images whether it be for couples who have a new-found love or families that want to freeze time and capture a memory of their children's beautiful curls, squishy cheeks, or tiny toes. I'm here to create a stress-free, luxury experience that can be treasured for years to come.
My family and friends have my heart. Our moments and memories together are my favorite.
I love to travel whether it be to a sunny beach, a historic city, or a serene landscape.
Petit Fours, Macaroons, Chocolate Mousse. Sweet treats are the way to my heart.
As a professional wedding photographer, romantic moments are simply my favorite.
I was 15-years-old with my dad's 1970s Minolta film camera. I instantly fell in love. Shortly after, my friends were asking me to do sessions for them. I went on to attended Baylor University where I started out as a Graphic Design and Photography major, but before I even took one class, I decided that Architecture would be a more stable career. I laugh about this now.
I really enjoyed the field of Architecture and designed fire stations for 7 years after graduating, but after my oldest son was born, I couldn't set down my camera. I wanted to capture every detail of my precious baby boy. I then decided to stay home with my son, learn everything I could about photography, and purse my dream career.
Now, with a family of three, I am still documenting our lives and striving to create beautiful photographs, not only for me but for my clients as well, that tell a story and showcase the love and joy shared between families, couples, and children.
I met my husband my Sophomore year at Baylor University. We attended church together, and since I didn't have a car and needed a ride to church one week, he offered to drive me. This is where it all began. We had a great time chatting on our drive to church, but I didn't realize he liked me until he sent me flowers a few days later. I remember having no idea who the flowers were from. After that, we dated for two more years, some of it long distance, as my Architecture degree required me to do my Senior year at Washington University in St. Louis. This is where he proposed. He flew up Easter weekend to visit me, and honestly, I knew it was coming. I only saw him every other month, and we had talked about getting married the summer after we graduated so he was really running out of time. We took a picnic lunch at the picturesque Forest Park in St. Louis. If you've never been to St. Louis, it is basically a smaller version of Central Park in NY. We sat in front of a fountain where he asked me to marry him. I, of course, said "YES!" Our wedding was held at a beautiful library on Baylor's Campus, and now here we are, 16 years into our marriage, and I would do it all again!
am obsessed with health.
spend time with my family.
the bride's dress
a large coffee in my hand.