When my husband & I first started our relationship, we documented all of our amazing adventures to not only look back on together, but to one day show our future children.

To inspire them as to what a happy, fulfilled life full of adventure & love could look like.

Now, doing this same thing for my couples is a dream come true.

I'm so passionate about documenting these incredible moments to be remembered forever.

Whether it’s a wedding day, a session to celebrate the next major step in your relationship, or the last few months before your family adds its newest member — I’m honored to help you capture some of life’s happiest memories.

the most important thing in life is those who you spend it with

About Corinna

I'm a hopeless romantic. I hope you are too.

You want a poetic, timeless, elegant telling of this amazing chapter in your love story. Personal touches and details that wow are your style. You want photographs that will transport you back to the very moment you say, “I do.”
Then I'm the gal for you.


more about corinna


I have been so blessed to capture over 100 couples wedding days. Each day brings me so much joy that I can't help but wipe a tear during your First Dance or listening to your parents toast to your bright future. I've learned so much over the years on how to provide my couples with the best experience and photos possible and hope that I can do this for you too.

Event Coordinator

My career before becoming a professional photographer was 10 years in the event industry, 6 of which were spent organizing and executing events as an event coordinator. Ensuring details are squared away and the day runs smoothly is my jam.

Wine Country

I've had the pleasure to photograph weddings all over, but my speciality location is wine country. With the rolling golden hills, sprawling vineyards, and cool summer breezes, it's hard to beat.

My grandfather (from Italy) and grandmother (from Russia) met when my grandmother brought her father's car into the shop where my grandfather was working. It was unusual for women to take in the family car at that time, but her father was ill and she volunteered to help. My grandfather knew he couldn't let her walk out of the shop without introducing himself, but since both of their English was poor, he decided to leave her a note on the driver's seat with his name, number and asking her to lunch. 


Beautifully DOCUMENTED memories await.