We are a husband-and-wife wedding photography team, who over the last 10 years have dedicated our careers to capturing and cultivating moments of joy and celebration through the lens of enduring connection.

We draw our inspiration not only from fashion, travel, and art, but from you — your story, your passions, and your relationship to one another.

ALL ABOUT liz + Gavin

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They have this incredible ability to make clients (even grooms) feel comfortable in front of a camera. You honestly don't even realize you are getting your picture taken.

amber + zach


Liz was able to capture every genuine reaction and special snapshot of joy all while being very inconspicuous. I couldn't believe how much she captured. Her photos instantly bring you back to the immense joy of the day. 

liza + kenric


Sometimes photographers can feel like a nuisance at wedding, but not these two. They were efficient, blended in, and made everyone feel so comfortable.

mac + daniella



Our approach to weddings is all about balancing plans with spontaneity

We work with you over the months leading up to your weekend to ensure we know you, your story, and what’s most important to you well.

When the main event arrives, we lean into the excitement and energy of the day and let our relationship with you — and the care you’ve put into planning your celebration — lead the way for unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime images.


top photographer

by Carats and Cake


"Working with Liz has always been such a positive, uplifting experience. As a planner, nothing means more to me than a fellow vendor who loves our clients, pours their heart into their work, and is flexible and cheerful on the day of the wedding, even if things shift or plans change."

Christie Yerks from Grit and Grace


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