For Photographers

I am extremely passionate about coaching and helping other photographers build a successful business. With a background in business + finance, I tend to have a different perspective on things and I absolutely love sharing what I've learned over the past 8+ years in building my own successful wedding photography business.


what's in my bag

Kelly Moore Boy Bag - this is the bag I keep with me when shooting

Think Tank Airport International v2.0 - this is my big roller bag with all of my backup gear + stuff that's not currently in-use on the wedding day

Sony a7Riii - I LOVE this camera!  I've got two, just in case!
Sigma MC-11 adapter - so I can use all of my Canon lenses with my Sony body
Canon 5D Mark III
Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L - my go-to lens... it's sooooo good!
Canon 100mm f/2.8L macro
Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS v2
Canon 50mm f/1.2L
Canon 16-35 f/2.8L v2
Godox v860ii + Canon 600EX-RT Speedlites

Lots of extra batteries
Dotline + Sima video lights
Plenty of CF + SD cards - mostly 128 + 256 GB

Email me at for more information!

Now, I want to pay it forward and help new photographers by offering coaching sessions and photography workshops, designed to encourage and inspire artists to follow their dreams and build a profitable, successful business for themselves.  Over the past 6 years, I have learned SO MUCH about lighting, posing, marketing, editing, social media, networking, branding, creating efficiencies within the business, workflows, pricing, the technical side of shooting, styling, off-camera lighting, creating wedding day timelines, and how to run a successful business.

I remember what it felt like to be just starting out as a new photographer in a saturated market.  The self-doubt, the fear, the uncertainty... it can be overwhelming!  I owe so much to the photographers who gave me a chance to learn + grow under them.

coaching sessions & photography workshops

she had a cocktail in her hand and confetti in her hair.

- kate spade

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