I'm so glad we crossed paths! My name is Kenzie. I'm a Nashville native specializing in luxurious weddings and lifestyle photography. I was born and raised just North of Nashville in the gracious and growing city of Gallatin. I've owned a camera for as long as I can remember but I never thought that it would flourish into something so beautiful as well as a creative outlet for me personally.
I'm honored that you are considering me to capture such cherished memories. My goal, as your photographer, is to capture your emotion. Whether it be for your engagement, wedding, or anniversary. I want you to look back at your pictures and automatically be taken back to how you felt in that moment. I'm so excited to show you a little more about my style and I would be honored to work with you!
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When I'm not behind the camera, you can find me hanging out with my little family. I'm a mama of a sweet, yet wild boy Cooper James, a sassy and sweet little girl Garyn Grace + golden doodle Effie Mae. I am the wife of my handsome high school sweetheart and I often look around and am sightly overwhelmed with gratitude with the life that we have built together. I love nothing more than a diet coke with a true lime, I eat too much Chick Fil A, I love Crossfit, and going camping with our family!
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My "why" is a little different than most. My "why" turned the hardest part of my life into something beautiful. My escape. In November of 2015, I gave birth to the sweetest, most amazing gift from God. A short 2 months after, I lost my dad, after a 17 month battle of brain cancer, at the age of 51. I am thankful for so many things in life like my now almost 7 year old "baby" boy and my sweet two year old baby girl, my marriage, my parents, my friends, and the time spent with people I love the most. I'm thankful my dad got to watch me graduate high school, walk me down the aisle, and hold his one and only grandson. But you know what tops all that now that he's no longer with me? The pictures I have to remember all those amazing moments. I realized after my dad was gone that all I had left were pictures. They quickly turned into some of my most prized possessions. My "why" is to give you those memories that last only a second, a photo that last forever.