I'm Alexa & that's my husband Evan, a biologist by day and the best second shooter in the world by night. We're a wife-and-husband duo who love people, dogs, bad dancing, new friendships, hiking, libraries, Sour Patch Kids, and genuine love in all its many forms.
I started photographing weddings after working for a few years in the music industry. I loved the rush of a live performance - from the completely unpredictable nature of each show to the joy on the faces of every audience member, I adored everything about those performances. And then I realized there was a connection here --
Each and every wedding day is totally original and completely unpredictable. There might be a similar schedule, but the day will move according to the couple, the weather, the venue, the guests; the energy will vary and the speeches will be personalized, but one thing will always be the same - the adoration in the room. The big show-stopping moments and the small, almost forgotten ones in between; the fact that you and your partner and your friends and family and loved ones have been waiting for this for months. The magnitude of the day. It's all there.
Photographs are heirlooms; they’re physical, tangible memories of moments you never want to forget. This is your legacy. Your whole heart wrapped up in a single moment. I want to document not only how those moments looked, but how they felt.
I'm here for the real stuff. the big smiles and the quiet moments. the perfectly planned and the delightfully unexpected. The inside jokes and the super-tight hugs and the laughing so hard your stomach hurts.
I aim to be your silent sidekick and biggest fan. whether it be someone to bustle your dress, a pocket full of extra bobby pins and tissues, a reassuring voice, a granola bar when you’re feeling low, or someone to carry your bags, I’ve got your back.
You have something beautifully unique that deserves its own little place in history. I am so inspired by you and would be honored to help show the world how incredible you really are.
I want to tell