For as long as I can remember I’ve been a sentimental person. I love mementos - tokens from beloved memories, places or people. So when I was handed a camera at 15, I fell in love. I didn’t realize it then, but my desire to preserve, to remember and to hold onto memories had finally met its perfect medium. By the time I was in college, I had firmly cemented myself as “the girl with the camera,” documenting everything from silly teenage antics to family vacations to world travels.
A hobby that gave me new eyes to see God’s creation and the people in it, became a passion when I was introduced to the world of weddings through an internship my junior year of college. The sentimentality and creativity of photography matched with the romance, deep meaning and storytelling of weddings captivated me. I filed the paperwork to start Emily March Photography only a few months later and haven’t looked back in the 11 years since!
I consider my role in a wedding day to be a tremendous privilege and am incredibly grateful that I can count myself among the population of people whose passion and profession are aligned. My hope with every wedding is to deliver heirlooms in the form of photographs - images rich with feeling and meaning that authentically tell the story of two people and the day they vowed to love each forever.
When I’m not fawning over florals or photographing lovely people, I’m the mother of the most wonderful little girl, Adeline, wife of the handsomest man I know, Brendan, and foster mama to any kiddo who needs a home.