Hi, I'm Audrey.

I'm just an ordinary girl, from a teeny tiny town in Southern West Virginia, with a gigantic passion for art and capturing love through the power of photography. Since way before I ever had a "real" camera, I always loved the art and creativity that capturing photos gave me. Finally in 2016, I moved up in the world and went from grainy cell phone photos and free online filters, to my very first DSLR camera and Lightroom subscription. From that moment on, I knew my heart was in the right place. I knew photography was my passion and I found so much joy in learning to create new things.

Fast forward to today: I have built my business from the ground up. I have become known in my community, and I have had the pleasure of not only serving friends and family that have been a part of my life for years, but I have also met some of the most extraordinary people who may have started as random clients, but have become good friends in the process.

As I developed my skills and my business, I finally found the area of photography where my heart truly is: LOVE.

From family portraits, engagements, maternity, weddings, and more....I LOVE to capture the LOVE between my clients. I love creating memories that you can cherish far beyond that moment. My clients over the years have learned that I am so much more than just your photographer, too. When I show up to our portrait session, I'm going to ask about your kids, how's work going, how is your mom and does she still live over on Main Street with that big Oak in the front yard. When I show up to your wedding day, I am there to support you in every way. I won't just capture the important details and moments of your day, but I will carry your dress, fix your veil, hold your flowers, and help with all the zips, ties, buttons, and bobby pins that you could ever need. At the end of the day, the music will stop. The cake gets eaten. The flowers will wilt. The dress and tux will all get packed away. But the photos.....they are forever.

That's me in a nutshell. I am easy-going and laid back, and at the end of our experience, I will consider you a friend. Let's chat, I'm excited to meet you.

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“All photographs are memento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s (or thing’s) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt.”