Hi! I’m Bre!
I am way too obsessed with my dog and The Office (US Version, as I can’t get through the first episode of the UK version without judging that it’s not Steve Carell). When we’re not binge watching The Office, I also enjoy New Girl, Friends, How I Met Your Mother, Parks and Rec, and Big Bang Theory. What I’m saying is, my ideal night is sitting at home with my dog and fiance beside me on the couch, while we binge watch Netflix.
I am currently planning my own wedding (June 13, 2020!) with the love of my life. My favorite day of the entire year is Independence Day and my fiance went above and beyond and proposed to me in NYC after we watched the fireworks from a boat on the Hudson, (I may be a little worried that he ruined my favorite day, because no other year will ever beat July 4th, 2019).
I have found that being the bride has opened up my eyes in a whole new light when it comes to photography. Before this, I have only ever thought of wedding photography from a photographers point of view, not from a brides; this has helped me realize exactly what you are looking for in a photographer as well as your concerns. I have been that person who tried to book their entire day based on whether their dream photographer was available, failing terribly, and then having to find someone else that you love (both their work and their personality) just as much.
”The best thing about pictures is that they never change, even if the people in them do."
For me, photography means creating memories of all the loved ones in your life. My main objective is to make people happy. I want people to look at my photographs and smile, whether it is today, tomorrow, or in twenty years. Pictures will never change; they remind you of special times that you may not think about every single day. I want people to look at my pictures and remember the moments before, during, and after the shutter snapped. I want people to look at the photograph and have their body flooded with emotion, as if they are reliving the moment all over again.