***CURRENTLY BOOKED ALL SATURDAY'S IN 2023 EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING DATES: 5/13, 8/19, 8/26, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28*** PNW based natural light photographer dedicated to capturing your honest love...and a few photos of your dog Get RAD photos you *actually* love! Hi there, I'm Rhiannon! (you know...like the Fleetwood Mac song) I'm a PNW photographer who specializes in LOVE. Why? Because love is the greatest thing that exists. Being able to document that legacy between two people is a true freaking honor. Being a photographer has to be the the raddest job on the planet. Getting to stop single moments in time and give the gift of being able to relive those moments over and over again will never get old. I am so happy I became a wedding photography by accident. Dude... They are like, the best. My job is literally a dream. Getting to do what I love while celebrating with incredible people. Getting to see your day unfold and documenting it so you can relive all the emotions you felt in that exact moment again and again... Like, how is this real life? You are not just my clients. I literally call you my "couple". That means something to me. I personally invest myself in you, your story, your love, your dreams & your vision. Basically I will 100% cry at your wedding. Photos that look like what love feels like. A wedding day is when we witness two people say heck yes, I want you to be my person for the rest of forever. This day is loaded with the most emotion-filled moments. I get to be here for all of it. That is ME. I get to document the couple putting on their dress & suit in front of their best friends; parents seeing their babies all dressed up with the realization that they’ll soon be married; the guests with tears in their eyes as vows are exchanged. The numerous kisses from loved ones once it’s time to celebrate; and everyone busting out their epic (and not so epic) dance moves. My story: I never thought I’d be a wedding photographer. My dream was to be a staff photographer for Rolling Stone and photograph the bands I love. My mom was the unofficial family photographer with a makeshift studio in our garage, I even have the embarrassing naked baby photo on a bear rug to prove it (thanks, mom). Pretty soon, I had my own hand-me-down cameras and they were with me on many family vacations through 38 states and 3 counties. Visiting those awe inspiring National Parks is what truly made me fall in love with photography. Something about just stopping a single moment in time and honoring that moment in an artful capacity brought me so much joy. Photographing landscapes is still one of my favorite things and living in the Pacific Northwest, which is the absolutely most photographic place, really fulfills that passion for me.