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  • Psalm 19:1 // The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands.

    Thank you for visiting our space here online! As creators of images and lovers of marriage, we get excited about documenting the stories of awesome people in love. We are digital and film photographers based out of Gainesville, Florida but love to travel to be storytellers. Taking a candid approach to photography, we focus on photographing raw, organic moments to tell stories as the day naturally unfolds. We aim to capture love stories as well as build genuine relationships with our incredible couples. So, take a look around and feel free to reach out! We would love to share a cup of coffee with you. Our hope is that you’d allow us to photograph your day or moment and reflect the beauty of the story…

    the work of His hands.

Macy & Andrew | Gainesville Engagement Photographer

Photographer: Kim Moller

Macy + Andrew met each other through one of their mutual friends, Athen. Athen was one of Macy’s sorority sisters and played on a kickball league with Andrew. Macy told us that her friend tried really hard to convince her that she needed to give Andrew a chance. She even told Macy that “everyone loves A-Rob” (nickname from college) and that he was “so cool!” That was enough to convince Macy to go on a date with him.

Their first date took place on Valentine’s Day. Andrew’s sincerity and thoughtfulness showed when he arrived to pick her up. With him, he brought a bag of Tootsie Pops, because he remembered Macy saying how she loved them and was always running out of them. She would kept them on her desk in a candy dish. So thoughtful! The date consisted of a game of mini-golf and then went dinner at Prohibition Kitchen. Their personalities clicked and the conversation was natural. He claims that night was the night he realized Macy could talk to a brick wall, because she is a little social butterfly! Macy said that she loved how much Andrew was intentional in listening.

During this session, they told me that it was their first professional session with a photographer! They totally rocked it! Andrew told Ingrid and I that we made him feel like he nailed the session! They did awesome with all my cues and completely trusting me as the photographer. They even told us we made them feel like models! I loved Macy‘s smile and her laugh- her love for Andrew was so evident. It was also not hard to see that Andrew was just smitten with her- when we took some individual photos of Macy, he couldn’t contain himself from commenting and flirting with her as she walked and posed! It was really cute. These two cutie pies have a lifetime kind of love for sure.


Rhen & Elmer’s Wedding | Ocala Wedding Photographer

 Rhen + Elmer’s love story is a story of two people widowed by their first loves and then through the grace of God found each other.

Their wedding day rolled around and unfortunately, the clouds and rain rolled in just as quickly. That didn’t stop their children and family from hustling to prepare the perfect day for these two lovers. Fun fact: together they have 9 children and 11 grandchildren. So much family to love! It was very important to Rhen & Elmer that each child and grandchild have a part to play in their special day. All of the children helped set up and coordinate their wedding logistics. They were bringing in food, setting tables, ironing clothes, drying the chairs that had gotten rained on, and so much more. Elmer’s son stood up next to him as his best man. Rhen’s daughters were all present as she got ready for the day. One of her daughters even helped her with her makeup. It was incredibly sweet.

These two had previously decided to have their first look under the big oak trees on the property. They did not let the weather stop them from meeting each other under the oak tree. You will see from the photos how joyfully and excitedly Rhen approached him. It was such a romantic scene, the two of them standing underneath the branches of this oak tree as the rain fell. How poetic to meet under that oak tree as they are a symbol of strength and endurance, something both of them represent after losing their dearest loves.

How blessed they are to have had not one but two great loves on this earth.