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It's 2019 and love is love.

Recently, a Texas based wedding videographer refused to shoot a wedding for a same-sex couple - although it did not get too much attention, it was spread around different social groups I am apart of. This company defends their actions by claiming it is due to their religious beliefs, but this kind of discrimination does not belong in 2019. I am accepting of all religions and beliefs, but there are some ideas that seem unreasonable. Same-sex marriage has been recognized in the state of New York since 2011, yet almost 8 years have gone by and we still have people and companies that will not accept that love is love, no matter what.

I'm writing this today because since I read about this incident last week and since then I have been racking my brain on how to respond. My heart breaks knowing this discrimination still exist. As a straight white woman, I can't imagine life as anything else, but what I know is that love is love.

My goal with every photo session, whether it be an engagement, family session or a wedding, is to create a comfortable and joyful environment for all my clients in order to tell their story. That story may be able a a girl and her best friend, or a kid and their dog, or the love between a same-sex couple. I chose to become a photographer because I wanted to photograph all kinds of people people, to capture love and joy no matter what that means or who it is between.

As a response to this company's decision, I would like to offer any LGBTQ+ couple, family, person - 25% any of my services including any Weddings, Engagements, or Portrait Sessions from now until the end of June 2019 (Pride month)

Contact me personally at for more information and limitations or visit my Booking Page


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