The images above give you the tiniest glimpse into what I call “home.” These two—Tandy and Rosalee—are my tribe. They are the reason for everything I do. Tandy has taught me more about love and life than I could even articulate. Rosalee was born September of 2019 and completely altered the meaning of “unconditional love.” As much as I don’t want to be a cliché, they’re all so true. We became different, better people after she was born.
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*Images above taken by Molly Moormeier Photography
On any given day, you can find me laughing—by myself—at puppy videos on YouTube, daydreaming of my next Chipotle burrito, or planning out the next trip with my wife. My love for hip-hop/R&B has no bounds (especially nineties hip-hop). Music is actually my first love and my entire family is comprised of musicians. Fun fact: that's also how I met my wife! I'm originally from Denver, CO and moved to the PNW in 2014. Photography came about naturally for me almost ten years ago and I jumped in head-first.
Photography is about telling a story. Since no two stories are alike, the story of your wedding day should be unique and wholly yours. This is why I love the quiet moments, the small gestures, and the unstaged and raw snippets. These are the puzzle pieces of your love. This is what makes my love for photography so strong and why I keep showing up. It's always worth it, and it's always an honor. Anyway, there's a little about me. Now let's hear about you!
Sipping chartreuse and green tea while looking at the most perfect white subway tile and hand painted signs. Driving through the mountains to Portland reminiscing about the best memories back home. Cozy sweaters, vintage demin, and Pabst while telling one of a kind love stories. The trials and tribulations of love, joy, and happiness. Lastly, champagne brunch and avocado toast while surrounded by the finest exposed brick, dreamcatchers, and maps to our souls. Dreamcatchers, macrame and 100 Days of Summer. Anthropologie trips and walks on the beach, love letters and secret admirers. Fall breeze, flannels, and hot cocoa. Whales and dinosaurs and handmade crafts. Salvage denim, antique leather bags, and the first time we watched Moonrise Kingdom.