Hey Lovely!

I’m Amie

Based in Raleigh & capturing the best day of your life all over North Carolina

Hey friends, I’m Amie, a wedding and portrait photographer in Raleigh, North Carolina. I’m a native of northwest Pennsylvania, a transplant to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, and now officially rooted in the state that stole my heart forever.

I live each day with a full and grateful heart knowing I have the best job in the world. It is such a privilege to be able to capture the most important day of your life, surrounded by the people you love most. The commitment to marriage and the exchanging of vows is something I will always be captivated by since the day I said mine over 10 years ago. I strive to genuinely serve my clients and provide them with the most incredible experience on their wedding day, just like I had experienced on mine. 

When I’m not photographing life’s special moments, you can find me doing ALL the DIY projects, decorating our forever home (thank you, Joanna Gaines!), and enjoying this endlessly rewarding family life with my best friend and our two beautiful children. You can find us exploring from the ocean to the mountains, and everywhere in between soaking up this beautiful life.

Every love story is beautiful, but ours is my favorite

my why

The reasons weddings fill me

Do you know when you do something that just doesn’t fill you with passion and purpose? I’ve been there. I was an accountant for 10 years before I started this business and leaving that life behind changed everything for the better. I genuinely love love. I’ve always been drawn to weddings and experiencing two people starting their forever. The dress, the flowers, the centerpieces, they joy, the passion – all the details and emotions that make each wedding unique and beautiful warms my heart. No two weddings are the same and no two love stories are either. Getting to experience these intimate moments and help couples remember them for a lifetime is my why. 

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