Amber and Josh by Josh Reddekopp

Meet Amber and Josh.

They had me over for supper and then this happened!

It was magical. I remember driving home from this shoot and thinking this is exactly why I am so sparked on photography; it’s all about connecting with love and people and people in love!

Thanks for being the absolute cutest you two.

In Home + Adventure Session.

Dylan and Kaitlyn by Josh Reddekopp

These two! Witnessing their love for each other among the pines of Elkridge and Waskesiu Lake was a true blessing.

Big thanks to Jordan Dumba Photography for bringing me on board for this wedding.


FLASHDANCE by Josh Reddekopp

Kelsey and I went to an event called FlashDance put on for the 35th anniversary of BlackFlash magazine. I must live with my head in the sand or something because I hadn't heard about either. 

They had a series of interactive photoboths set up which we made our way through while happily sipping on craft beer. Am I pushing my luck if I say I'm quite proud of the hipster existence I've created for myself? 

Enjoy the photos from below. Hope to see you there with us for the next one :) 

Lauryn Andrew by Josh Reddekopp

The nice thing about looking back on winter pictures from warmer times is that you're not cold anymore.. Not that you would be able to tell while in Lauren's company. She is a fiery spirit and absolutely killed it for this shoot! She also made the mistake of telling me she loved cats so I spent the shoot telling her I saw a cat and making meowing noises. Enjoy the photos from this early April shoot! 

Andrew and Mikayla by Josh Reddekopp

When I was approached with the idea of taking engagement photos in the museum of antiquities I was excited but also a little skeptical. How could we possibly get access? Little did I know we had a woman on the inside. Mikayla.

Ok melodrama aside this engagement shoot was ridiculously fun! It's not everyday you get to take photos inside a museum, we definitely made the most of it. 

Andrew and Mikayla your love and warmth toward each other was a gift to capture. Wishing you both all the best!

Enjoy my favorite images from our session together below :)

Hannah Reddekopp by Josh Reddekopp

I am so glad Hannah and I got the chance to capture some casual photos for her graduating year at high school. 

The Remai Modern served as the beautiful backdrop and starting point for our session. Hannah had never been before so it was also fun to take some time to appreciate the various exhibits. The multi screen movie showing on the top floor was a favorite for me. 

Next we found a neon sign for some Brandon Woelfel esk photos. 

Lastly are handful of images that I feel represent my sister well. Working quietly at her desk on one of her favorite things; art. 

Hannah you have a gentle spirit and warm energy that is a blessing to those that get to know you. Congratulations on your senior year! 

Enjoy the images below :)