In 2019 I left my job as an interior designer and put my whole heart into photographing weddings and it was the best decision.

I like to have fun while photographing, and make sure you do too! I incorporate a lot of movement, a variety of scenery and poses. I believe your wedding day shouldn't revolve around photography - we'll be quick and efficient during the formal photos so you can enjoy the time with each other and your family and friends, while I capture the natural, candid moments. I promise - you will be at your cocktail hour! 

Interior Designer turned Wedding Photographer

Throughout High School, I was always the person with a camera in my hands, capturing moments with friends, sports, you name it. But I wasn't interested in doing it as a career. I was dead set on being an interior designer. I went to the Savannah College of Art and Design, and found myself photographing weddings and events on the side for some extra income while going to school.

After graduating, I continued to do this, and eventually learned that photographing special details for a bride, or a wild dance floor fueled my fire way more than 3D renderings and construction documents did. I also learned that there were overlapping skill sets for interior designers and photographers - color, composition, learning what your clients love and don't love, and so much more.

Meet Siobhan

Behind the Scenes

When I'm not styling details, fluffing dresses, editing, or showing you sneak peeks, you can probably find me with my boys, horseback riding, traveling, or spending time with friends or family.

Meet my better half — Hank

We grew up together. By that I mean we met in middle school and still have the same friends from back then. I've been lucky enough to call Dillon my husband since June 2022. Our lives are full of Monday night bingo, traveling whenever we can, and pampering Hank. 

This is Dillon. 


I'll Travel to Capture your Memories

From New York City to the Mountains of Idaho or the Lavender Fields of France, I'm there for you.