Hi, I’m Bree!
I am absolutely honored that you have stumbled across my work! Capturing raw emotion as it happens is what I am all about. I want to capture it all; the tears running down a grooms face as he sees his bride walking down the aisle toward his, a family frolicking in the wind, a newly engaged couple dancing in the rain. Being able to capture these tiny moments is one of the most rewarding things that I have ever had the honor of doing!
This entire day was so special and fun. It was centered around family and friends and creating memories with everyone in attendance. The sun peaked through the giant tree that they said their vows under and created a spectacular golden light that was pretty much my dream come true.
These newlyweds are two of the most thoughtful and genuine people I have ever met. The Spitfires summed it up perfectly when one of their team mates said at the reception that they welcome everyone around them like family. And I certainly felt like a part of that family at this wedding.
By being a loyal client of mine and reaching Tribe BOP status, you will be FOREVER locked in at the low price of $275. So, no matter what my session fee increases to, you will only pay the Tribe BOP price (unless you book a seasonal promo at a lower price such as a mini session or bucket list promo).
The biggest compliment that anyone could give me is to spread the word about their experience. If you have had a session or a wedding with me and LOVE your photos, I would love if you could refer me to your friends and family! When a client mentions your name and completes a session or wedding with me, you will receive rewards!
Each session will be 25 minutes long. You will receive (3) 5x7 Fine Art Prints, and 7 high resolution digital images (additional images will be available for purchase).
THE NIGHT BEFORE WAS SLEEPLESS. I tossed and I turned with my mind running a mile a minute. Listing off things that still needed to be done. Thinking about all things that could go wrong. Listening to the rain pounding on the roof of my moms house and worrying that we would have to move the wedding to under the tents in our backyard. I wondered if Collin would cry, I pondered if my makeup would run. I was so stressed out that I was in the bathroom all night. I was stressing for no reason!
I AM MARRIED! Holy cramoly! One thing I found that really sucked is that the marriage felt so incomplete until our Marriage License came in and I could start legally changing my name! As it turns out, the process is mildly annoying but can be made easier with some prep! About a month before the wedding I did a bit of research and had a list with some necessary things to change, and how to go about changing them which made the process bearable.
I think that this was my favorite UNBC wedding to date! I have never seen a ceremony in the courtyard, but I think I am in love and hope that I get to photograph MANY more here. The backdrop of the gardens and the mountains was stunning, and Jamie’s entrance down the stairs was straight out of a fairytale, no word of a lie!
We met for their first look at their cabin on Nukko Lake. It was on the verge of rain, but held off for us to capture some magic on the dock. They told me about how they met, and how Mike proposed in Paris at the Arc du Triumph (ummm does it get any more romantic than that!?).
To propose, Mitch recreated his first date with Christina. They went for a walk during the first snowfall at Forests for the World. Although there was a slight difference this time. Not because he proposed, but because this time, they got lost.