Hi, I’m Courtney! A believer, sister, daughter - Columbia-raised, Greenville-based & lowcountry-infatuated. I’m an SC-based wedding photographer who is deeply passionate about creating a life-giving experience for brides & couples throughout their engagement season and on the best day of their lives.
Chances are, you’ve found your person, you’re planning the best day, you can’t wait for all of your people to be in one place, and you want to soak up every bit of this season! You want a photographer who is experienced and invested in your day. Someone who is warm, genuine, organized and encouraging.
As a former wedding planner & coordinator, I truly have an understanding for the time, hard work and the many details involved in the planning process. As your wedding photographer, my goal extends beyond my camera to put you at ease and offer encouragement so you can enjoy this sweet time. It is a great honor to capture these fleeting moments that begin your legacy.
I believe in being intentional, grateful & kind, cherishing each season, and serving and coming along my brides. I believe in the sanctity of marriage, and that it is one of God’s greatest gifts. After photographing 50+ weddings, my passion has only grown deeper and I have to pinch myself every day over this incredibly meaningful work that has been given to me!
When I’m not behind the camera, you can find me in comfy clothes, goal-setting and swinging on the back porch with my pup, working out with friends, or planning my next day trip to Charleston. My favorite days begin with hazelnut iced coffee and scripture, and end with a chocolate milkshake.
Headshot by Jessi Nichols Photography
the heart behind the camera
My goal on a wedding day is to always bring a life-giving, encouraging and loving presence, serving and pouring out generously in reflection of the One who has been so generous to me. This form of serving, this wonderful gift of capturing such a meaningful day often feels more like a way to worship as my cup continues to overflow!
In a very real sense not one of us is qualified, but it seems that God continually chooses the most unqualified to do his work, to bear his glory. If we are qualified, we tend to think that we have done the job ourselves. If we are forced to accept our evident lack of qualification, then there's no danger that we will confuse God's work with our own, or God's glory with our own.
- Madeleine L'Engle
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