I'm a 20-something artist based in Arkansas. I'm obsessed with my husband and anything rose gold, and I live on hot tea and dark chocolate.
I love beautiful weddings, but I love beautiful marriages even more.
Flip through the tabs below to read more about my loves, my shooting style and my photography philosophy.
the best part about your wedding day is your unique story. my style and goal in photographing (and editing) is to honor that truth and capture the day as authentically as possible.
My style is best described as natural, organic and rich. I think of it as being a good mix of photojournalism (telling a story with images), portraiture (with gentle posing and interaction) and documentary photography (capturing what occurs naturally).
I love photos of all the details you've planned for months, the posed portraits, and the in-between moments that not everybody notices or remembers.
My husband and I were high school sweethearts who got married at 18 years old way back in 2005, and I have a rather ironic confession to make: we didn't hire a professional photographer for our wedding.
Because I know how it feels to have no wedding photos, the work I do is so deeply important to me. It's an honor and my true passion to be the one that gets to document and deliver your sweet photos because I know how it feels to miss them!
"Corrie is the best in the area! My husband and I were so blessed to have found her to shoot our wedding."
- Natalie & Aaron S.
My clients are laid back, love to be close to each other and having fun! They are breathlessly in love, they understand the incredible value of a photograph as a memory and an heirloom, and they want a marriage even more beautiful than their wedding.
i BELIEVE IN the personal fulfillment that comes from being authentic, the joy of going above and beyond for people, and the sweet pleasure of the glorious beauty of the simplest moments in life.
I'll be there as your groom tries to hold back his tears when he first sees you as his bride. I will be wiping my eyes as your dad walks you down the aisle, and again during the mother and son dance at the reception.
I put my heart and soul into your day and I believe that's what it takes to be a truly great wedding photographer.