fuzzy socks, espresso, slow mornings, live music, typography, Poke bowls, BROOKLYN nine-nine, puppies, anything lemon
I started taking pictures of the flower arrangements for the flower shop I used to work at when we lived in Waco, Texas (plug for Baylor Flowers, those ladies are the best). I also started taking pictures for the Baylor University Golden Wave Band and quickly fell even more in love with being behind the camera. My subjects quickly turned from flowers to couples while in Waco and that is when I found my niche. I love love and I especially love capturing the Lord’s love, grace and selfless love through my couple’s relationships.
Honestly, I am so glad you are here! I’m Taylor, a Georgia-based wedding and lifestyle photographer. I have been behind the camera since 2016 and between then and now there have been so many kisses, snuggles, belly laughs, and some of the most delicious cake. I currently live in Augusta, Georgia with my husband, Jared and our two pups, Abby and Gibbs. When we aren’t busy with his high-school band or my photography, you can find us traveling to different cities, trying new restaurants and coffee shops or spending our time outside with our pups.
Things I 'm a fan of:
Jesus and His constant pursuit of us, local businesses, sunsets, the perfect pen
Things I appreciate:
passion, authenticity, hard work, purpose, thankfulness
Things I value:
It is so important to me that as your photographer, I am not just another vendor. With consultations, sessions, and meetings even before the wedding, we will be spending so much time together. I want you to feel comfortable around me, to not worry about texting or calling me with any questions you may have, to send me hilarious gifs, because honestly why is that not a love language? During your wedding day, I will be there for all the smiles, laughs, tears, frustrations, and I will be your biggest cheerleader as well as your bodyguard when you two just need to have a moment. We’re gonna laugh, dance, sing and hype you two up to have the best day ever!