hey! I'm mallory
Most days you can find me working from home in yoga pants and a messy bun, running my photography business while navigating through the chaos of parenthood with a toddler and baby. When I’m not busy working, you can catch me at the local coffee shop drive thru with our spunky three-year-old daughter Vera and son baby Landon in the backseat. If we're at home, I'm likely moving about our 1960’s rambler house chasing Vera, holding Landon and singing lots of tunes as the kids likes to think they live in a broadway musical (with an off-key lead vocalist).
I photograph people who envision their wedding day as a true reflection of themselves as a couple. People who believe in forever marriages and can't wait to spend the rest of their lives with their never-ending sleepover buddy. People who are genuinely so dang excited to marry their partner and forever sleepover buddy.
5 things you might not know about me:
While mostly fueled by coffee (typically with an unhealthy amount of creamer), my primary food groups include: cheese and crackers, chips and salsa, and my favorite childhood snack: rice cakes with peanut butter and cheese (don’t hate, you need to try it, it will change your life).
I was voted “Most Organized” in high school. While slightly embarrassing and not very cool, it was (as still is) a pretty spot on award. Color coding and checklists bring me an insane amount of joy.
We have a 1966 vintage travel camper that we remodeled and use for summer camping adventures. It is tiny and adorable (we have since also purchased a larger 90s camper that we are also renovating!) I’m a strong supporter of ‘glamping’ with air conditioning and a bed.
Cider beer is my adult beverage of choice, so cheers to all you cider lovers! The world is slowly catching up with our awesome taste.
As a former gymnast, I feel a need to whip out a handstand, cartwheel, or trampoline back flip once in awhile (perhaps just to prove to myself that these skills still exist). Confession: I am typically sore afterward doing such things.