I'm Laura - mom, wife, photographer - fueled by love and coffee.
If you've found me here, then hopefully, like me, you love a timeless style - not the latest trends but the things that stand the test of time. You are drawn to imagery that is honest and emotive, not forced. And you're probably realizing how fast time is flying by and thinking, "these are the days I'll want to remember."
I would love to help you do that.
As a mom of two little boys myself I truly know where your heart is, and I love capturing all of life's big and little moments that you'll want to keep with you always.
In addition to photography, I love spending time out in nature with my boys exploring the woods and playing at the beaches around Farifield County as much as we can. I also run Anchors for Hope, a 501(c)(3) foundation I co-founded with my husband, in honor of our son Henry. When it comes down to it, I have a few simple beliefs:
I believe in genuine, unscripted moments and timeless black and white images that tell a story about love and connection.
I believe that motherhood is a sacred experience and that these days, even though they're messy and chaotic and real, are the one's that will mean the most someday.
I believe in running barefoot in the grass and feeling sand between your toes.
I believe in kisses and snuggles and "I love you's" all day, every day.
I believe that integrity and kindness are more important than popularity and perfection.
I believe that true beauty comes from the heart.
I believe in a love-filled home and stacks of photo albums holding precious memories to thumb through on rainy days, and hand down to future generations.
I believe that time is so fleeting, and we need to make the most of each and every day. Take risks, live with heart, and document it all - the messy, the beautiful, the real - so one day you'll be able to look back and see a life filled with what truly matters: love.
And for more information or to book your session, come on over to my contact page and say hello... I can't wait to get to know you and document your family's story.