Updated: Aug 28, 2019
In October of 2016, my husband and I took off in our RV to travel the country. Here we are, 3 years later, as entrepreneurs still traveling around and loving our minimalistic lifestyle. Home to us is the Adirondack Mountains, but they're too cold for winter in a 30 square foot box. Wondering how we got here? Well, we found our passion in photography when we started capturing the landscapes of places we had been. Colorado, Arizona and California have much different scenery than Upstate New York. Hiking there was absolutely incredible! We took some self portraits and realized, capturing moments between two people are so special. Especially, two people really, living, if you know what I mean.
Moments can not ever be recreated, they are special, fleeting little parts of your life. We adore capturing the story of someone's love. We don't just mean the posed portraits. We mean the candid moments, the in between moments, those random kisses and belly laughs... all of it. You deserve to have your wedding day captured without a moment missed.
We are Brittany and Dewitt, and we planned our own waterfall wedding ceremony in the Catskill Mountains in Upstate New York in July of 2018. The intimacy of having just our close family & friends was unlike any big wedding we've ever attended, and we feel that more people deserve to have a wedding that doesn't feel like a Broadway show.
Our extensive knowledge about the Adirondacks, Catskills and Finger Lakes regions will help us plan the most wonderful intimate wedding or adventurous elopements for our clients. We want the couple's input on what they're looking for on their wedding day, it isn't about the "best location." It's about how a mountain top makes someone feel, about how nature is their church, or about how they're connected in a certain way. We are not just your photographers... we are your friends and assistants in the elopement planning process. It gets better, we can officiate weddings if couples would like us to!
Life is about living, and that's our message. You don't need to live up to someone else's expectation of what your wedding day should be. If you want to elope, go do it!