Alexandra finds the light, the frames-within-frames of background and foreground that make photos interesting and beautiful, and then she places her couples there and asks them to be themselves, to love each other and hold each other the way they do when no one is watching. By giving couples permission to be themselves, she creates photographs that showcase emotion ensconced in beauty. Alexandra had her start in photography 12 years ago, not behind the camera, but rather at the computer, digitally designing wedding albums for Kim Chapman Photography. Living in Oregon at the time, she worked remotely, using Photoshop to digitally layout wedding albums. This design work allowed Alexandra to study hundreds of images for hundreds of different weddings captured by different photographers. In 2016 Alexandra returned to Maine and began her apprenticeship in photography with Kim Chapman Photography. Having gained a deep understanding of what makes a collection of photographs special and how they tell the story of an entire wedding day from her work as an album designer, Alexandra then set to work on mastering the technical side of photography. She uses two top-of-the-line Nikon cameras and many different lenses, allowing for greater artistic expression and greater variation in angles and images. Let Alexandra set you at ease to enjoy the beautiful day you created with your partner. Later, you can reminisce together over images that display the unique expression of your love.