aka your fannypack wearing hypewoman

Howdy friends, I’m

I’m so glad you’re here! Let’s create an epic wedding adventure you’ll never forget.

Although I hang my hat in Denver, I am #blessed to capture meaningful love stories throughout the West and Southwest.

I’m a hugger and believer in early mornings + strong coffee. But, most of all, I’m passionate about creating fun, inclusive wedding experiences.


From start to finish, Stephanie was wonderful to work with. My partner and I felt an immediate sense of comfort upon meeting her. We could tell she's passionate about her work, and determined to give her clients the best experience possible.

–Ana L.


A love like yours deserves so much more than just pretty pictures.

Photos are great and all but…

I’m more than just your photographer. I’m here to ground you, encourage you, and, as we plan for your best day, take you out for tax-deductible tacos.

I know that being in front of the camera can leave you feeling vulnerable. As an empath, one of my superpowers is seeing when that happens.

Fear not, my friend. We’ll take a mindful moment for you to reconnect to your partner and the majesty of this landscape so that my presence (and that of my two big a$$ cameras) can gently fade away.


Whether you need government approval to wed at that iconic landmark or help staying hydrated under the desert sun, I’ll ensure you have an unparalleled experience.

Not all who wander are lost.

Still, determined not to break the mold, I began my career as an engineer – a job that led me to fall in love with the Western sky and out of love with corporate life.

Eager to trade in the fluorescent lights for a sense of purpose, I followed my fervor for climate justice and civil rights to law school, when I finally had my “a-ha” moment.

Planning my own microwedding, I saw other photographers living their passion as entrepreneurs, and I knew I could too. It was a passion that had been inside me for 15 years.

Within 4 months of saying "I do," I was in business and awkwardly defending my choice not to take the bar exam. While I call Denver home, I love to travel across the wild landscapes of the American West and Southwest.

I’ve asked you to be your truest self, and I suppose we’re at that point in our relationship where I ought to do the same. Did I always know I wanted to be a photographer? Heck no … But I do know when my “a-ha” moment should have been. 

In 2005, my family filled our car with endless crates of family photos my dad and I had taken. Hurricane Katrina was about to make landfall over my hometown of New Orleans.  

It was probably then that I should have realized how irreplaceable our treasured photos were and how much I wanted to help you preserve your memories too.

I can’t wait to meet you!

Celebrate as your truest self!

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