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about amy

Originally from New England, Amy was drawn to the northwest by it's natural beauty and creative culture. Since moving to Portland in 1996, Amy has earned degrees in both photography and business. She has worked as a portrait, wedding and freelance editorial photographer since 2000. Her work has been published in the New York Times Magazine, USA Today, Wine Country Living, Willamette Week, and Portland Monthly Magazine. Amy is a passionate believer in sustainable business practices and is working hard to make sure that her business is as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible. Amy hopes to be a member of 1% For The Planet by 2008.

Amy's approach to photography is to capture the essence of you, your loved ones, or your event. She is commited to creating professional quality photographs and albums. In addition, she strives to provide the highest level of customer service to her clients. She works carefully with her subjects to insure they are comfortable in front of the camera. Her style is artistic, relaxed and natural.


Amy's presence added to the positive atmosphere of our wedding. Tom and Rebecca

We love our wedding photos and receive many compliments whenever we show them off. Jenny and Tony

We really appreciated Amy's creativity and flexibility. She fit in perfectly at our wedding and took beautiful pictures. Julie and Graham

We were THRILLED with our wedding photos! Amy was wonderful to work with and exceeded all of our expectations. We proudly recommend her to anyone looking for a wedding photographer who can capture both the formal and candid moments of such an important day. Thank you Amy! Aric and Lora


What is Amy's style? My style combines photojournalism and fine art to create photographs that are unique to your wedding day. There are no gimmicks involved in my photographic process. I believe the best photographs emerge when people are being natural.

Does Amy take “formal” photographs? Yes! It is very rare that so many friends and family members are together in one place at the same time. I have a pre-printed form to help guide you in making your formal photo requests. I’ll talk with you about the approximate time it will take so that you can plan it into your day.

Will Amy travel for weddings? Yes! Amy loves traveling for weddings. There are no travel charges if your wedding is no more than 1 hour outside of Portland. We can work out travel arrangements if your wedding is a greater distance away.



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