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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.

Fall Mini Session dates!

We’re excited to announce our Fall Mini Session dates!

We love offering mini session! We believe that they are such a  great way to get some updated photos of your people, along with getting ahead of the game on sending out Christmas cards. No more frantic last minute family photos being taken by the tripod in your backyard.  We’ve got your back with beautiful images dropped in your inbox with plenty of time to spare. So, without further adieu…

Gainesville // Friday, October 26th & Saturday, October 17th

West Palm Beach // Friday, October 12th

Each sessions is $200, this includes a 20 minute session, up to 50 high resolution images and a private online gallery for 2 weeks to review, select & download your images. Sessions are reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. They are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE. If it rains, there will be backup dates scheduled. We anticipate that the spots will fill up immediately, so contact us to reserve your slot today!

How to Sign up:

1. Email Tori (
3. Tori will correspond with you and send you all the necessary information about  booking a session and  availability
3. Sign our session contract & pay for your session ($200)

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Alcala Family | Gainesville Family Photographer

This precious family reached out to me requesting a photo shoot of their little family before they moved out of Gainesville. They are packing up and moving to Spain in a few weeks and they wanted a photo shoot to commemorate their family history.  Pascal’s Coffee Shop played a huge part in the story of this little guy’s parents. Their very love story began at Pascal’s! They went from strangers, to coworkers, to friends, to husband and wife.
If you’ve ever walked into the doors of Pascal’s, you know this coffee shop is unique. Sure they serve a good Cuban latte and their pour over coffee straight out of heaven, but they aren’t solely about good coffee. This shop desires to cultivate a space where its customers “encounter with Christ amid the complexities of human experience.” Pascal’s is about good coffee and building relationships in the local community.  I love their mission almost as much as their Cuban latte. Yumz!
Gainesville Family Photographer

What has been the best part of becoming parents?  The best part is realizing that our son belongs to us both and he is a gift that cause s both of us to grow and into more of who we are as a couple and individuals.

Tell us a funny story relating to parenting! So the first week as a new parent you are just so worried that the baby is getting enough nourishment and you also worry when baby cries for no reason. So you are checking their diaper and making sure they peed or poo’ed enough, so basically we’ve never been more thrilled over bowel movements until we had Teo. Such a funny thing to care about!


Describe a hurdle you’ve had to overcome in this transition to parenthood. The biggest hurdle we’ve had to overcome is the transition. You here so much abut the negativity of parenthood and because I didn’t wish to own that narrative I did not listen much to any parenthood narrative that sounded hard, so once we had Teo and motherhood changed my life in a matter of 6 hours, I had such a hard time coming to terms with my new reality. So the transition period was the hardest, so much of what you think you understand can’t be fully known till you have baby in your arms.


What is the most honest thing you can say about being a parent? To say it is hard is such a simple word…. all one can say to honestly describe what it is like to become a mother or father …. is the joy of growth, the blessing that trials bring, the promise of hope, and the honor to witness the flourishing of YOUR human being.

Gainesville Family Session