Hey! I'm so happy you're here.


As you've probably figured out by now, my name is Alexandria - but you can call me Alex. I just recently got married so I totally understand all of the stresses and excitement that come with being engaged!

I have been photographing since the beginning of high school, but it was at the end of 2015 when I started to take it seriously. I decided to ditch my textbooks and pursue my dream of becoming a wedding photographer. It has been overwhelming to see the love and support I have gotten, meet so many new faces, and to truly love what I do. I love this business because I am constantly learning, facing challenges, and getting to capture moments that will last my clients a lifetime.

My loves include; my handsome husband, our pup,  Jesus, chai tea, Instagram, Gilmore Girls, exploring new cities, and most importantly; ice cream. 

I believe 2017 will be my busiest and most fulfilling year yet. I've got fifteen weddings to photograph, one wedding to plan, and a whole bunch of life to live.

Creativity is not a mood. Creativity is not a gift. It’s the very nature of God inside you.
— Dan McCollam



2017 wedding packages start at $1500.
All packages include Alexandria as the head photographer, a flash drive of images, a minimum of 500 edited photos, and the rights to print, copy, and post.
Contact me for a more detailed pricing guide.

*I am located in Bloomingdale, IL and available for travel! Contact for pricing.


Family sessions and engagement sessions are $250.

All sessions include a flash drive of images and the rights to print, copy, and post.


Where will we shoot?

I am willing to go anywhere! I have a few places that I frequent, but I love going to new places! I will travel within 25 miles of 60108 for no extra charge.

What should I wear to my session?

I always try to explain to my clients that they should compliment each other - not match. Here is a helpful blog post I wrote about it!

What camera do you use?

I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark III and various lenses.

Did you go to school for photography?

Very briefly, 95% of my business was self taught!