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When I'm not working, you can find me in the garden with my husband and daughter, cuddling one of my many cats, or wandering around Target. 

I am a wedding and portrait photographer based in beautiful Savannah, Georgia. I've photographed weddings for over a decade, but began my photography journey with a toy film camera long before. While attending Mercer University, I studied both film and digital photography. I still shoot with black and white film and offer this service upon request.

As a former DIY bride, I have a great appreciation for all of the little touches that go into creating your dream wedding. Documenting all of those special details throughout your celebration is what I do best! 


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+ Pepsi.
+ Musicals. Wicked, Hairspray, Oklahoma!, and The Sound of Music are a few of my favs. 
+ Gardening.
+ Cardigans.
+ Macro photography of bugs, mushrooms, flowers, and basically anything small and detailed!
+ DIY projects of all kinds.
+ Showcasing the details that make each client unique.

Things I love:


I'm Tiffany

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With over a decade of education and experience, you can trust me to document your most
important moments. 

During my time in school I began working as a second shooter for my aunt and her wedding photography business. My first solo wedding was a few years later, and I've been photographing celebrations for over a decade now. I love how each one is unique and tells a story about the couple. 

Over the last few years I have expanded to offer newborn and product photography.  I strive to create images that are bright, crisp, colorful. and full of detail!

I've had a love of photography for as long as I can remember. I started posing and photographing my dolls and stuffed animals as a small child with my hot pink Barbie film camera. 

In college I enrolled in every film and digital photography course that was offered. I focused on macro photography, which is where my love of details comes from. Having the opportunity to develop my own film was one of my favorite experiences during that time. While I work almost exclusively with digital cameras now, I hope to one day have my own darkroom for film development!

my photography journey

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