Let’s cut to the chase- you need a wedding photographer and want someone committed to telling YOUR unique story.

This is about more than pretty portraits- we’re creating your first family heirloom together. I make it simple, keep it fun, and focus on the sincere moments that naturally occur between two people who are madly in love. I’ll photograph things you never even knew happened while you’re dancing and drinking and eating and laughing. I promise not to force you into stiff poses that say absolutely nothing about who you are. This is your wedding, these are your memories, and I’m here for everything that makes your relationship special.

I show up not only for the basics- like exchanging vows or sharing your first dance- but for the moments in-between. Little things, like the flock of birds that passes by while your grandma adjusts your veil, are just as important as the tiny details in your table arrangements and the impromptu group hug with your best friends on the dance floor. You’ve put a lifetime worth of dreams into this day, so let’s document every ounce of it with authenticity.

My work is all about producing stunning, journalistic, and genuine photographs that bring out the beauty in every celebration.

It's the second best thing to having your very own time-machine.




Allison + Dan






Alex + Enid

“I can't recommend McKenzie enough!! She was wonderful to work with, very kind and empathetic during what can be a stressful time, and truly committed to capturing the sorts of photos that are most meaningful to you personally. She's not going off of a list of cheesy, traditional photos (though of course we did have a list of certain shots we wanted), she's trying to capture moments and personalities, which is exactly what I was looking for in a photographer. Also, she was flexible and able to support us with a shorter than normal photography period and on relatively short notice. Oh and let's not forget, she's INCREDIBLY talented. I couldn't believe how beautiful our wedding day looked through her lens.”