Hey! I'm Becka, but most of my friends call me, B. I'm a traveling wedding and elopement photographer based in the midwest. I am a worship leader, a lover of anything outdoors, I'm obsessed with all plants, good quality coffee, and I'm married to a jazz musician. I love capturing emotional genuine moments that tell bits and pieces of someone's story! If you are an adventurous, free-spirited couple, wanting to capture the natural candids of life, shoot me a message! I would love to get to know you!
Hey! I'm Becka
Some of my favorite things:
Listening to Music
Cooking / Baking
Photography has been a part of my life since I was still in diapers. My mom was a professional wedding photographer all my growing up, so she used to make me “cameras” out of Duplos and eventually started taking me along with her to weddings. I would bring my bulky little point and shoot camera and fluff dresses and tie bows. If someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, it was a photographer!
Throughout high school and college, I worked for newspapers, shot alongside my mom, photographed events, and eventually started to shoot weddings on my own. Photographing people that are in love is one of my favorite things in life. Meeting new people, hearing stories, helping brides plan; it is so rewarding. After graduating from college, I started to travel a bit more and realized all the amazing possibilities that could happen when I paired my love for photography and with my love for traveling, hiking, climbing, adventuring. And thus came forth this business!
I have been a traveling wedding photog for 2 years now and have been all over the midwest to shoot! This summer I’ll break those mid-west boundaries to shoot a wedding in Oregon and a few adventure sessions up the coast of California. Yosemite, here I come!
My photography style is very authentic. My first priority is keeping the integrity of the moment. I want my couples to look at the photo and feel like they could step back into that moment by focusing on natural skin tones (no orange Dorito skin here), true soft blues and greens (If the grass is green in real life, the grass is gonna be green in the image), neutral warm tones, and creamy true whites. I will always prioritize emotion and movement. My goal is to create a gallery that tells a story!
Come and check out my portfolio to see more of my style!