I am a natural light photographer dwelling in the beautiful state of Pennsylvania but to satisfy my wanderlust I dream about traveling the world photographing people in love. I have a BFA in photography and am proud that I learned on film, spending countless hours in the darkroom.
My work can be described as light and romantic, organic and ethereal, luminous and lovely. In my photos I love the light right before the sun sets, the soft romanticism between a bride and groom and the juxtaposition of a bride in an unexpected location. It is very likely that I may make you climb a tree in your wedding dress.
Whether you decide to exchange your vows barefoot in a field, get married on the banks of a tree covered river, throw a huge wedding bash in a barn, elope and get sushi or anything and everything in between- I love experiencing and photographing exactly what a wedding day means to each one of my unique clients.
When I am not creating photos you can probably find me drinking craft beer at a local brewpub, getting lost in the woods or shopping on FreePeople.com. One day I will travel the US on a motorcycle, live in a cabin in the woods and actually learn to cook instead of just making burnt messes in the kitchen.
Want to know more? Let’s grab a beer or a coffee and get to know each other! I can’t wait to hear from you!
Kelsey’s photographic style has been described as clean, organic, ethereal, romantic, vintage, timeless, luminous, lovely, rustic, and modern.
Some of Kelsey’s favorite venues to shoot at include Fallingwater, Omni Bedford Springs, Seven Springs, Fox Chapel Gold Club, Andy Warhol Museum, The Mattress Factory Museum, Longue Vue, Phipps Conservatory, The Pennsylvanian, The Aviary, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Engine House Twenty Five, Clear Story Studios, Jay Verno Studios, Rustic Acres Farm, Morning Glory Inn, Armstrong Farms, Destiny Hill Farm, Getaway Lodge at Cooks Forest, Hydehole, Kentuck Knob, Lingrow Farms, Penn Scenic View, and West Overton Barn.