I photograph weddings for affectionate couples; documenting their love story through finding the light and capturing meaningful interactions resulting in romantic and timeless images.
What Inspired Us to Start Our Business is:
Working as a newspaper photographer was what I went to school for, but I craved more creative control over my images and wanted to directly serve my clients with a personal photography experience.
We Love Being a Part of the Wedding Industry Because:
Being able to experience a glimpse into my couples lives, meet their families and see so much love!
What Makes Our Business Stand Out From Other Vendors Is:
I love to connect with my couples and make them feel comfortable, confident, and relaxed. I give a lot of feedback on posing and help spark meaningful thoughts and actions, resulting in fun, romantic, and authentic images that reveal their love story! As a photojournalist, I approach all my sessions and weddings as if there is a story to be told, photographing all aspects including the scenes around them and down to the buttons on their wedding attire.
One Thing Most Couples Would Be Surprised to Know About Us Is:
My own wedding was canceled due to a hurricane.
One of Our Non-Wedding Passions Is:
Spending time with my family.
Wedding coverage with an engagement session averages $2,975.
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Meet Amanda Zabrocki
I was born and raised in Naples and went to the University of Florida receiving a Photojournalism degree. I met my husband in college my freshman year and we dated for seven years and then got married. A job offer took us to Alabama for a year and then another move to South Carolina where I started my photography business and where both our children were born.
As my husband had continued success with his company, another move was presented to us, Oklahoma! This was by far the most different place we had ever lived, but we loved it and settled right in. Moving a photography business was not easy, but I learned to make connections and had many industry friends.
It wasn’t until our Oklahoma neighbors announced that they were moving to Florida that my husband and I both had a lightbulb moment that we ourselves needed to move to Florida to be closer to our roots and family.
It was the best decision we could have ever made! We are now home and thriving in all the things Florida has to offer…family, friends, and sunshine!