Hi, that’s me! Gabby aka your wedding day sidekick. If my best friends could describe my personality, they would say I’m a mix between Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Scott.
Most of the time you’ll catch me binge-watching Harry Potter #GryffTeam, The Office, and basically anything on Netflix. I am a lover of Taco Tuesdays, Hip-Hop (jamming to 2000s and currently a Belieber), and obsessed with anything True Crime.
I say my second career as a shower singer, is going great, even though I sound like a goat crying SOS. GIFs are my love language and if I could have one food choice for the rest of my life, It would be freshly baked brownies, all day (double chocolate please!).
FYI, diversity and inclusivity is something I value. No matter your gender identity, race, age, religion, or sexual orientation, I welcome you. love is love. I don’t work with people who support racism, homophobia, bigotry, and hate.
I'm living my best life as a WEDDING photographer and I love it so freakin' much!
When I’m not at weddings, I’m heating up chicken nuggets for my kiddo (because cooking and I are not BFFs) or listening to Crime Junkie Podcast while sipping on my third Caramel Macchiato. Family means everything to me, and taking funny photos of my baby is coolest, I’m just so obsessed with preserving precious memories.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
She made us feel so comfortable during our engagement shoot.
From my first meeting with her, I felt so comfortable and knew that one of the most important aspects of my wedding was in good hands. She was so sweet checking in on me the week before the wedding and sending a ton of helpful tips during the planning to help make my day the best ever.
OF favorite things
My silly son that always makes me smile
My Charli girl, the biggest ball of energy.
Traveling for elopements
Harry Potter marathons
Peeks of sunrays in afternoon light
THE PERFECT PALETTE
A few years ago, I was using my cellphone and accidentally dropped it in the water. I quickly picked it up from the puddle but the phone was long gone. That night, I cried. “It’s just a cell phone, Gabby,” said, but to me, it wasn’t. You see, I was holding on to memories. Memories that were kept in my photo album that I know were lost forever. 3 years of my son’s life were just gone in the blink of an eye. The only photos I have of him now are the ones I printed or uploaded to my Instagram profile.
Ever since that day, I made a promise I would always print and backup images that were dear to my heart. while I still have those 3 years in my heart, I wish I had those physical photos to look back on. This is why I hold each picture I take so dear to my heart.