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CAPTURING THE UNIQUE CHARM OF YOUR EVERYDAY LOVE.
Delightfully fun wedding and lifestyle photography for people who appreciate authentic moments, individuality, furry friends, and a fine drink.
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Love from Jordan & Michael
“Amy is absolutely fantastic. My husband and I eloped to Seattle for our May 2018 wedding at the Salish Lodge and Spa. Since we were planning from a distance, leading up to the wedding Amy was so helpful with recommendations and ideas. She met us previous to the wedding to do a small mini-shoot around downtown Seattle. We quickly clicked with Amy. We knew with Amy we were not just getting a wedding photographer but a friend. She was someone who genuinely cared about us and what we wanted on our special day. On our wedding, she showed up early and helped make sure everything was captured. We did a small “reception” after and she took photos of a champagne toast and the small details. She was perfect and I was so glad we worked with her. Having a small wedding, it was important for us to have so many photos and she did just that. I cannot say enough good things about Amy. You will not go wrong and like I said, you get more than a photographer with Amy, but someone who is a friend and made our day even more perfect and special.”
So, why hire me?
Because you deserve more than just a photographer.
You deserve someone who wants to know who you are as a person, not just a client.
Someone who honors uniqueness and embraces the charming, offbeat, and silly.
Someone who will help you organize your time, arrange your photos, and wrangle your family (because that’s not your job).
Someone who will make you laugh in times of awkwardness and smile in times of stress.
Someone who can tell the difference between your fake smile and the real one.
Someone who will tell you if there’s spinach in your teeth.
Someone who has as many photos of their pets on their phone as you do.
You deserve a friendtographer.
And that’s exactly who I am.
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