I love working with couples who choose to walk off the beaten path. My secret sauce is in getting to know who is in front of my camera. I want to embrace your personality, capture it in a photograph, and show you how truly amazing you are.
When I am not making magic with rad couples, I can usually be found hanging out with my husband (and bff), Josh, getting my boots dirty, or snuggling with my pups.
Weddings are about two people declaring their love for each other in front of the people most important to them. It is about embracing and celebrating what makes their relationship special.
Weddings are about honoring your Scottish heritage by wearing kilts. It is about incorporating bicycles into your reception decor to represent how the two of you met.
Your wedding photography should focus on documenting your love for each other and the real moments of your wedding day.
We should not have to use terms like "LGTBQ", "plus size", or "alternative" to find diversity in the wedding industry. Love is love, and that is all the matters.
PMA is all about keeping a positive outlook in all situations. It's about shaking things off, silver linings, and making the best out of every situation.
I am always looking at the bright side of situations and bring that positive attitude to every wedding that I photograph.
If you are looking for a wedding photographer who is your ride or die and will Keep It Posi(tive) for you, I am your girl!
Your wedding photography should not be the a standard list of posed photos to be checked off.
Your wedding photography should capture who you are, what is important to you, and what makes your wedding special. Your wedding photographer should make your feel comfortable and natural in front of the camera.
Are you nodding your head saying "yesssss" to yourself? Then click below to learn more about weddings with PMA Photography.
Misty and Chris were married at the Windmill House wedding venue in Chino Valley. This venue is a little oasis in the desert of Arizona. If there is one word I could use to describe this venue, it would be green. There is a beautiful lake on the property surrounded by lush green trees and plants. And, of course, the windmill that the venue is named after.
Mia and Chris were married at the historic Icehouse in Phoenix, Arizona. The Icehouse literally used to be where they stored the ice for Phoenix. Now, it is an open space that can be transformed into an amazing wedding space. Mia and Chris wanted a vintage rustic theme that reflected their love of Arizona. And they nailed it!
Mia and Chris met on Bumble! They bonded over their love of hiking and the outdoors. They love going on road trips together to Sedona and Flagstaff. When they are not adventuring together, they are cuddling up with their pups to watch superhero shows and true crime documentaries.
Breanne and Caleb had a romantic wedding over looking the Superstition Mountains at the Superstition Manor in Mesa. Breanne and Caleb met in college and the rest is history. They call Oregon home with their borador (part lab and part border collie pup). Breanne grew up in Arizona looking at the Superstition Mountains daily, so she knew that had to be the backdrop for their wedding. We met when I photographed her cousin’s wedding a few years ago, and was so excited when she contacted me about photographing her wedding! And even more excited when she told me it was at the Superstition Manor and they were having a Beer Burro!
I would love to grab some coffee with you and your fiance, so we can get to know each other and chat about your wedding day!