Hi there! I’m Andrea. I specialize in natural light portrait art and I am so pleased that you’ve found your way to my corner of the world.
When I'm not being a photographer, I am homeschooling our daughters or shuttling the girls to either dance, violin lessons or drama club. I have been married to my wonderful husband for 17 years, and honestly wouldn't know what I would do without him. I love God and my beautiful little life. I’m a want to be vegetarian, and I love my food spiced with Franks hot sauce. I drink nothing but water, except for my morning cup of coffee. I'm a huge Doctor Who and Firefly fan. Ask me one of my favorite lines the doctor has said and I won't be shy telling you. I might even cry when doing it. I can stay up all night vegged out on the sofa binge watching something on Netflix. I believe that love and compassion can save the world and I like to find beauty in everything.
I love meeting new people, talking to them, learning about them and then capturing a brief moment of their lives. It is always a privilege when someone invites me to be a part of a significant time in their life, whether it be a vacation, engagement or wedding. Photography provides me the opportunities to tell stories, one frame at a time.
Hi there! My name is Tori and I'm seventeen years old. I am lucky enough to say that I was born and raised right here on the Gulf Coast, which means that my manners for my elders, love for both sweet tea and country music run deep. I have a huge fascination with all things creative - whether it be writing or baking or candle-making - and I almost always have my hands busy doing something. I am a huge music fan and have a wide taste in music genres, thanks to both of my parents. I'm also a huge book lover, extending to pretty much any genre on the market (again, thanks momma & daddy). And I believe that love and compassion will save us all and that no person's voice should ever go unheard.
I have always loved the art of photography, but I had never taken the time to consider it to be something I could do with my future. That was, up until about two years ago when my mom needed a second photographer for a wedding desperately. I had never photographed anything on a DSLR before; I'd only tagged along to family sessions to make the children (and sometimes, the adults) laugh for the camera. But, there I was, handed a camera and told the basics, then shooed off to work. It turns out that that skill runs in my veins, just like my mom's. I learned everything I needed to know from there, by the good system of trial and error. And now, I'm here, hoping to further my journey as a photographer.