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My name is Brittany. But, you can call me Brit. I’d like to think of myself as a “go with the flow” kind of gal, but I also always have a plan. Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it, too?

I was born and raised in a small town in Ohio (no mountains in sight) and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication at Ball State University. After graduation, I moved to Elkhart, Indiana, the RV capital of the world, and fell in love with the outdoors, nature, and adventure. I started my greatest adventure in June of 2020 when I married my best friend, John. Our wedding was intimate and beautiful and a perfectly imperfect day (see the photos above for some of our most recent adventures).

My passion for nature and background in the visual arts led me to who I am and what I do today: an adventure elopement photographer. I thrive in the planning stages leading up to weddings and take so much pride in being a part of the happiest day in couples’ lives. The reactions when my clients receive their photos are more rewarding to me than I’ll ever be able to put into words. And that’s how I lead my business: I strive to capture and deliver the moments that take your breath away.

I’m a low-key, go-with-the-flow sorta gal


let me be your guide.

From our adventures in Alaska, Hawaii, Utah, and beyond!


June 2-21, 2022

Orlando, FL

May, 2022

Indiana + Ohio

April, 2022

Savannah, GA  Tampa, FL

March, 2022

Moving to Florida!

January, 2022



September 21 - 28, 2022


August 11-16, 2022

Indiana + Ohio

Oct 18- Nov 16, 2022

I live my life by the motto, “Dream. Plan. Execute.” I believe there’s nothing in this world you can’t obtain with hard work, careful planning, and a whole lot of passion.

I’m a HUGE Harry Potter Fan. #Ravenclaw (But, don’t worry, we’ll figure something out even if you are a Slytherin).

I originally named my photography business “Henna Hue” after my sweet dog, Henna. She sheds 24/7/365, but I love her dearly.

I really freakin’ love to dance. You can tell I’m high on life if I’m dancing around (normally around my house with a glass of wine in my hand).

I received my first camera as a freshman in undergrad, but every time I carried it around people would say “don’t take my picture” or “don’t point that at me,” so I've learned to help people embrace the awkward and be comfortable being their authentic selves in front of the camera. Your memories are worth it. 

Inclusivity and Diversity are super important to me and something I continuously remind myself of when interacting with new people who have different experiences than I might.

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