HOCKING HILLS + DESTINATION PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

Hello! I’m a photographer who specializes in weddings, elopements and engagements in the Hocking Hills region of Ohio.  I use the sandstone cliffs, waterfalls and cedar groves as a backdrop for documenting real connections and sweet moments.  I also love to travel and am available for destination weddings within the United States.  My style is deeply rooted in both fine art and photojournalism.

If you are planning a wedding, elopement or are interested in scheduling an engagement or portrait session, please get in touch! I’d love to talk with you about your plans.

FEATURED WEDDING

Sunrise + Sunset Elopement

“Elizabeth has an incredible gift and uses it to bring so much joy to others. We consider ourselves lucky to have had Elizabeth photograph our wedding.  We will treasure the photos for the rest of our lives,” Susanna.

To see Susanna + Kyle’s adventurous elopement to the Hocking Hills, click here.

Lindsae + Brian
LAKE STROUD ENGAGEMENT

“Elizabeth’s warmth and professionalism made her a great choice for our engagement shoot. She was incredibly easy to work with – flexible and open to our ideas and desires – and she made us feel comfortable being ourselves.”  

-Brian Metz

Morgan + Zachary
YELLOW SPRINGS WEDDING

“We loved Elizabeth’s down-to-earth style and easy-going nature and felt so relaxed while she captured our Yellow Springs wedding.  Our time with Elizabeth felt so fun and effortless.   She was a true pleasure to work with.”  

-Morgan Green

Brenda + Michelle
HIGHBANKS WEDDING

“We were really impressed with Elizabeth’s warm spirit, cool demeanor and professionalism. She was able to capture each moment beautifully and we are forever grateful for her being a part of our wedding day.”

-Michelle Pruitt

Jessica + Mary
WILLOW TREE WEDDING

“Elizabeth’s work is so natural and absolutely stunning! There is such an ease with her, every aspect of her presence is calming and genuine. Choosing Elizabeth as our photographer was the perfect choice for our wedding day.” 

-Jessica Fourman