Minneapolis Wedding Photographer

Emily & Grant's Minneapolis Couple's Session

It’s really funny how lives intersect. There was probably no way my life would’ve intersected with Emily and Grant’s without so many other things happening years ago. When we decided to remodel our new home (which is a story for another day) we hired a couple designers to help (which is a story for another day). A few years after getting this design help, I photographed a space (Yoga Sol) for Kristin, one of the designers who helped at our home and helped design Yoga Sol. We needed a model for a few of those photos and turns out, Emily was that model. Shortly after our shoot for Yoga Sol, she reached out and mentioned she was engaged and looking for a photographer. One thing led to another and now I have the privilege of being their photographer. Connections really are key to most work I get. I don’t advertise. I put all of myself into my photography and I hope people see and feel this and then tell others. I’m so thankful for the relationships and time that went into bringing Emily and Grant across my path and I hope you see your part in all this as well. I cannot. I repeat, CANNOT do this without you. Your voice. Your response to the photographs I leave behind. It’s a humbling and joy-filled partnership. Thank You.

OK, here are a bunch of my favs from our time wandering around a park in Minneapolis. We were on the hunt for a budding fruit tree towards the end of the evening, but alas…it didn’t work out. BUT, there are a handful of photos from some random hill, with the last few frames on a roll of film, that I absolutely love and feel really shows their hearts towards one another that night. It always works out in the end.

Grant & Sarah's Wedding at The Copper Hen Restaurant

I love restaurant weddings. There’s something about having your closest friends and family gathered in a space, specifically designed for hospitality and fellowship, that translates really well into a wedding. Everyone feels comfortable. I’m so thankful Grant and Sarah invited me to document their wedding at The Copper Hen. Wearing their hearts on their sleeves and letting the day unfold unhindered was a complete inspiration to me. Just look at everyone’s faces that day. I was blown away by the amount of love and support they received and to be caught up in the whole day with them was truly memorable. Congrats Grant & Sarah. I’m so thankful for you both.

Wanna check out another great restaurant wedding? Here’s a link to Jen & Brent’s wedding at Saint Dinette restaurant.

Laura & Tate's Silverwood Park Minneapolis Wedding

Laura and Tate had a beautiful Spring wedding in North Minneapolis. I'm finally getting around to posting it...years later. One of my favorite shots was a somewhat blurry film photo from the end of the night. They were dancing together in very dim light and you could sense the night wrapping up. Guests were leaving, but Laura and Tate were dancing. Together. I hope that continues their whole life together.