Hey there! I'm Kayla. Based in Las Vegas & Portland, but photographing weddings and elopements everywhere. I love cozy days curled up with a book at home, cuddles with my cat, and adventures with my husband; but more than anything I'm fulfilled by photographing love stories of my amazing couples.
I live for golden light, intimate moments, pretty little details, happy tears, lush florals, grandparents dancing, and all the things about your wedding day that reflect YOU. Let's tell your story + make some magic!
Getting to know my clients is extremely important to me, so building a relationship with you is something I focus on from the moment your email hits my inbox. By the time I show up on your wedding day, I want you to feel like I'm a friend, not just another vendor. You deserve to have the wedding you've always dreamed of and I promise to capture that, but you should also have fun! I will have you do some traditional poses that are classically beautiful, but we'll also take a ton of candid, joyful photos. I'm here to tell your story and to create beautiful, timeless images that you, your partner, and your families will cherish forever.
Editing style is super important to consider when choosing your wedding photographer. My style is true to color so your day is captured just as you remember it and your photos will always stay in style.
Most days, you can find me editing at home in my yoga pants and a top-knot with a Diet Dr. Pepper in my hand. I'm equally torn between my love for travel and the comfort of home. Basically, I either want to be going on epic adventures (like photographing an elopement in Yosemite or a destination wedding in Santorini) or watching House Hunters on the couch. There's no in-between.
I'm a pretty laidback person but a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to my business. I'm a Type 3 and if you know anything about the Enneagram you know that means I'm "The Achiever" and can be a workaholic. When I'm not working, my perfect day off would definitely include watching reruns of Fixer Upper, eating Thai food, and reading a self-help book. Enough about me, I want to hear more about you!