Photography is an heirloom for you. For now.

      After pursuing and letting this art form shape my life for the past decade, I’m a steadfast believer in the power of the photograph.

      Photos are our connection to memories. They have the power to bring joy, inspire gratitude, shape the way we see the world, and renew how we see our lives. They may be windows into the past, but make no mistake: they shape our present.

      When we work together, I’m there for you every step of the way with a full investment of my time, energy, and creativity. My aim is to capture you and your love with an artful ease, and to craft a photography experience that allows you to be fully present and enjoy your wedding day.


      "Working with Christina was nothing but amazing! Her attention to detail and her calm aura are a bride's best gift. She went above and beyond to capture the most beautiful and intimate moments with my new husband and I. For any bride looking for a photographer with an artistic yet elegant touch, look no further. Christina is your girl!"

      -Alyssa R. | Detroit, MI


      "Working with Christina was a delight from start to finish. From the moment I reached out to her, she wanted to learn more about us so she could be sure our photos matched our story perfectly. Every time I look at our first look photos, it brings me back to that exact moment, and I fall in love all over again. Christina captures moments, nothing is staged. We are thrilled with our photos and will recommend her to anyone!"

      -Hannah W. | IN


      "Christina was amazing to work with! Like meeting a long lost friend! She helped make our whole experience so comfortable and effortless. She has an amazing eye for detail and truly cares about her couples. Look no further for an amazing photographer!"

      -Madison K. | Kalamazoo, MI

      FROM A 2019 BRIDE-TO-BE:

      “We booked Christina after a long and thorough search of potential photographers. Being out of state, we wanted somebody who had a similar perspective and personality as us. Somebody who we thought was warm, approachable, and most importantly had enough experience & knew how to get the shots we’d want without even asking. Throughout this process, Christina has been so much more than a photographer and I see her as a friend. A friend who’s also an advocate of love, natural light, and a person who will always work to give her couples the best she can provide, and for that I can’t thank her enough.”

      -Kristine Y. | TX



      To give you the experience you deserve, I take a limited number of weddings each year, careful to ensure I’m the ideal fit for each one. Packages are tailored to you with pricing depending on your unique needs.


      Full wedding day photography begins at $4000 for 8 hours of coverage. Special pricing is available for elopements and destination weddings. Please get in touch for a custom quote!


      All full wedding packages include a complimentary engagement session, pre-wedding consultations, expert guidance on creating your day-of timeline, and your full-resolution photos delivered through a beautiful online gallery complete with a shop for prints and other tangible goods.


      Contact me now to get started. I can’t wait to create together!

      We're probably a match made in photo heaven if...

      You’re inspired by things like nature, travel, & history


      You like your details fresh & atypical. Florals and paper goods matter, but they’re not everything. (You want a marriage even more beautiful than your wedding)


      Hot chocolate & a book on the couch sounds like the perfect Sunday afternoon…or Friday night ; )


      You prefer the high quality & handmade over the trendy


      Whether you’re eloping in Ireland or just not inviting 300 people, you do you


      You like the soul of a little film grain, and you don’t care if the wind blows your hair

      two bridesmaids laugh together at a wedding at Greencrest Manor in Battle Creek, Michigan

      If any of these sound like you, we’re probably kindred spirits!

      We owe ourselves a latte, don’t you think?