Hi, I'm Nicole.

I love art, color and weddings. Love is a single language that every human can speak. No matter what your background, ethnicity or gender is. Having recent married myself, I know how much fun it truly is to put on a gown, get all dolled up and run around twirling for all the world to see how happy you are. I've bound myself to a great man, who is also an artist and challenges me to constantly work on my craft. My goal is to capture the essence of your wedding day. There will definitely be some epic shots. I don't pose too many photos, but I will tell you what to do. I have a more photo-journalistic style with a smattering of traditional style and fine art thrown in.  I graduated UCF with my Bachelors of Art with a concentration in painting.  I stumbled into photography and fell in love with the medium. In the beginning, I ran a small photography studio at a military resort on Disney property. I love spending my time with weddings, families and helping glittery princesses of all ages feel like queens. I have a passion for what I do and believe that fact resonates through my work. 

Currently, I am residing in the Orlando area and filling my days with beautiful brides, happy upside down children and anyone else with a big smile or in love willing to let me capture their lives.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you travel for shoots?

A: I do travel for weddings. It's one of my favorite things to do. I will go anywhere. I like to get there early, do some recon and plot out the flow of the day. And I have friends everywhere so sometimes we can negotiate travel fees.


Q: Do you do custom packages?

A: I can create a custom package for you. I understand every bride has a different vision, and if none of my packages are right for you, we'll make one that is.


Q: Can we meet up before we get a contract going?

A: Yes, I would love to meet with you in person. Yes, Yes, Yes. I want to get to know you before your big day so I can customize the types of photos that best reflect you and what is most important to you about that day. Let's go grab some coffee or tea.


Q: What happens if you get sick or equipment breaks?

A: I always have a backup plan... extra cameras, lights, shooters ( just in case ) and I come prepared for anything- my favorite extra is my rainbow umbrella. My camera bag always has more than just my equipment in it. I've done hair, sewn brides into dresses and dealt with any ordeal you can think of in my years of weddings and events. 

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