HELLO!

I'M JESS,

IT'S NICE TO MEET YOU

I was gifted a small pink camera by my father when I was in eighth grade, and that's when everything changed. I fell in love with taking photos, and I've been passionate about photography ever since. I know that this is what I’m supposed to be doing with my life – creating cinematic wedding photos and capturing sentimental moments for you!

The one that started it all

Why I do it

As a natural wedding photographer, my job is about so much more than just snapping an image. I'm creating a piece of history for you to cherish for a lifetime. Photos that future generations of your family may see and hold on to. Have you ever treasured an old photo of a family member that you never got to meet? How about an image that you love of someone you miss? Someone captured that photo, and that's why it exists. Photography is part of something bigger than just a quick snap or two. It's memories made real.

I love creating a memory that sticks forever. When I'm capturing wedding photography in Indianapolis and around the US, I look for the moments that will tell a story. The ones you may have experienced and forgotten about until you see the image and remember it all over again. That's why I love being a candid wedding photographer. It brings my heart so much joy to create everlasting memories and keepsakes.

MORE ABOUT ME

WHEN I'M NOT TAKING PHOTOS, I'M...

Visiting local restaurants and shops! I love staying connected to the community in Indy, and the food scene here is incredible

Having coffee shop hangs with friends

Playing records – my boyfriend and I have quite the collection

Cuddling and playing with my pets (a dog and two cats!)

Watching Netflix and Hulu – some of my fave shows are The Great, New Girl, anything involving Gordan Ramsay, Stranger Things, YOU, Queer Eye

^ paramore is my fave ^

As an LGBTQ+ friendly wedding photographer in Indianapolis, I support all couples and all forms of love!

I want you to leave your session feeling more confident than when you started…

…which all starts with the experience.

show me the experience