Once my camera and I reunited we quickly became the ultimate power couple that everyone wanted at their wedding.
The moment I met my camera I had the feeling it was “the one”. I fell head over heels in love. But like any good story, a conflict arose that we had to overcome. Everyone told me I needed to find a “real career” to “make money” (The impudence! The audacity! The unmitigated gall!). Young and dumb I listened. I went to college. And in those four years I learned nothing compared to the feeling photography gave me, and more importantly, others.
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“Kaylah is legit
“What can I say, Kaylah is AMAZING!!! Looking through our wedding photos, my face hurts from smiling so much! She captures so many special moments perfectly, she works hard for you. Hire her, trust her, love her!”
“Finding a good photographer was so important to us and Kaylah made the process extremely easy. She radiated loyalty and passion from the first day we met her and was able to capture everything that makes up who my husband and I are individually together.
SHE HAS BECOME ONE OF MY LIFE-LONG BEST FRIENDS THROUGH THIS PROCESS AND I AM FOREVER GRATEFUL!”
Nothing bums me out more than listening to couples wish away the wedding they did have for the one they could’ve had. Whether they prioritized other people’s wants over their own, let old-fashioned traditions run the show, or they simply didn’t get enough time with one another due to the sheer volume of guests.
That’s why I’m so passionate about empowering couples like you to create the intimate and intentional wedding day of your dreams. A day where everything you do brings you closer to each other and the people who support you. It’s not about giving the middle finger to old traditions like having a church ceremony or bouquet tosses. If you want that, DO IT. And if not, let’s do things differently. Let’s do things your way.
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Wishing you had met your person sooner, so you could love them longer.
That it ended.
Not hiring someone to take your makeup off for you at the end of the night.