A Little About Us
We are Robin & Bryce
We are a husband and wife team and 2010 graduates of Keystone College where we earned our Bachelor of Visual Arts and Business minor degrees. Photography and people are our passion. We strive to capture moments in a natural, timeless, and honest way.
We have two doggies that are both rescue pups and super crazy
We love hiking and exploring new places
To do lists- you will see them all over our house
Our only saving grace is that we are saved by grace
We enjoy gardening, hunting, drinking iced tea, and re-purposing old treasures
We’re hardly the only wedding photographers out there, but I do believe we have something different to offer than anyone else who claims to do what we do. For 7 years we have grown and have established one-on-one relationships with our clients so that we can best capture who they are. Having a good relationship and good communication with our couples is super important to us. It allows us to get to know our couples and to build a good relationship and trust so that they are comfortable with us. Our couples entrust us to capture such an important day in their love story and we do all that we can to make sure we are able to do our job to the best of our ability!
We’re always open to learning new things, we strive to go above and beyond for our wonderful clients and give them the best product we can, and we’re nerds about communication and being prepared.
We love working with natural light and giving our clients those beautiful outdoor images they dream about. We work with our clients and give them actions and direction while photographing so that they can look as natural as possible and feel comfortable in front of the camera.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me
Summer vacations and after school was spent at my grandparent’s house. I used to go through their encyclopedias, my grandfather’s bird book, and their family albums on a frequent basis.
I would flip through these old and sometimes frail photographs. Many of people I would never know because they were before my time but I felt like I at least knew something about them. Something of their essence and personality was captured.
Being able to put faces to my family’s stories made them feel all the more real. I especially loved the wedding photographs and would marvel at how even though these images were taken decades ago they were timeless. How wonderful that these people and events had been documented so that generations later we can enjoy them and have a better understanding of our family, their joys and struggles. I feel like this was a big part of my attraction to photography as I got older. When I was taking traditional photography in college I learned that my grandmother had a dark room and my other grandfather used to be a little bit of a photo enthusiast as well. He gave me his camera which became my first SLR, a Canon AE-1, work horse which I cherish. So I guess it’s also part of my DNA.
I love being able to capture love stories and document important events in our clients lives. It’s an honor to be apart of something bigger than just taking photographs. I’m documenting an important fiber in your family’s tapestry and I couldn’t be happier to be a part of an important task like that!
I have always loved being able to create using different media. My favorite gifts as a child were paper, pencils, crayons, etc. Growing up on a small farm left me with no shortage of inspiration. I love the camera as a tool for creating and documenting images. It allows you to be creative but allows you to capture truly what is happening in that moment.