Hi there, I'm Delaney!
wedding photographer
and HOPELESS ROMANTIC.

BEHIND THE LENS

Photography has been my lifelong passion and calling, allowing me to express myself and connect with the world in a way words could never capture. From a young age, I found solace and inspiration in freezing moments that convey emotions and tell stories without uttering a single word. My journey as a photographer has taken me to breathtaking landscapes, intimate celebrations, and heartwarming encounters, each leaving an indelible mark on my artistic vision. Through my work, I seek to evoke feelings, ignite curiosity, and celebrate the beauty of life in its purest form. 

“Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come without leaving happier.” —Mother Teresa

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Q1.  What's your biggest fear?

I would have to say my biggest rational fear is not living my life to the fullest, I never want to pass on an opportunity and I always want to do more! My biggest irrational fear? Sharks.

Q2.  What makes you laugh the most?

My love and best friend, Michael. We've been together for a year and a half and he has made me laugh like not other, he also makes fun of me like no other (only in a loving way!). He is the warmest, goofiest, and sweetest person I know and I am forever thankful to have him in my life ❤️

Q3.  If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Honestly? I would want to live wherever my family is. I could not live far from my family, but I have definitely thought about places I'd love to live in. Oregon Coast, Hawai'i, Florida, Utah, and the place I would literally cry to go is Italy.

Q4.  What's one of the craziest things you have done?

At 18 years old, I went skydiving. It was incredible and I am doing it again this summer! What was really unique about this experience is I wanted to feel free, my brother, Dylan, had passed away a year and a half before and grief was taking a huge toll on me. I decided to use skydiving as a "reset" to allow myself to let go and I really felt that in my soul.

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-cating words could never capture. From a young age, I found solace and inspiration in freezing moments that convey emotions and tell stories without uttering a single word. My journey as a photographer has taken me to breathtaking landscapes, intimate celebrations.  I found solace and inspiration in freezing moments that convey emotions and tell stories without uttering a single word. My journey as a photographer has taken me to breathtaking landscapes, intimate celebrations. I found solace and inspiration in freezing moments that convey emotions and tell stories without uttering a single word. My journey as a photographer has taken me to breathtaking landscapes, intimate celebrations. I found solace and inspiration in freezing moments that convey emotions and tell stories without uttering a single word. My journey as a photographer has taken me to breathtaking landscapes, intimate celebrations.

the world in a way words could never capture. From a young age, I found solace and inspiration in freezing moments that convey emotions and tell stories without uttering a single word. My journey as a photographer has taken me to breathtaking landscapes, intimate celebrations, and heartwarming encounters, each leaving an indelible mark on my artistic vision. Through my work. 

the world in a way words could never capture. From a young age, I found solace and inspiration in freezing moments that convey emotions and tell stories.  I found solace and inspirationand inspiration in freezing moments like these.

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I had always been photographing and taking videos of myself and my family as a kid. Everywhere we went, every vacation we went on, every amusement park we visited, there was a camera in one of our hands. When I turned fourteen in February of 2017, my dad bought me my very first DSLR camera. This was the beginning of my end with photography.

In September of 2019, my older brother Dylan, died in a motorcycle accident. He was my best friend growing up and although we weren't as close as I wish we could have been in our teens, the moments we spent together, the laughs we shared, just became that much more valuable. Two months before his passing, he asked me to get photos of him riding his bike. If it weren't for my love for my brother and photography, I would have never gotten those images, but most importantly , I would have never spent that time with him, which was far more valuable.

In the heart of the pandemic, I set off to college. At seventeen, I graduated high school in late July and by early August I was being admitted to Columbus College of Art & Design. Here I got to learn more about the ethics and morals of photography. The intentional meaning and messaging behind photography, and most importantly, my message behind my photography.

In 2022, I had the opportunity to photograph a wedding of an older couple. Truthfully, I was beyond nervous. All I could think about was my potential failure, but instead of failing, I saw myself thrive in the chaos, finding an organization and a pattern to their wedding day. It was then that I knew wedding's were calling me, the busyness, the romance, the excited, that rush you feel when you're in the presence of two souls completely in love about to get married.

After four long years at college, I am now officially graduating in May of 2024!! Over the course of this final semester, I have been photographing couples and gaining so much knowledge and work in my business. I also received a year long internship, working closely with a traveling wedding photographer for the rest of 2024!

Feb. 2024

THE YEAR I got started.

I Understood the importance of photography.

FURthering my education

I GOT INTO THE WEDDING INDUSTRY.

My business takes the front seat.

ow did I get here ? 

I had always been photographing and taking videos of myself and my family as a kid. Everywhere we went, every vacation we went on, every amusement park we visited, there was a camera in one of our hands. When I turned fourteen in February of 2017, my dad bought me my very first DSLR camera. This was the beginning of my end with photography.

In September of 2019, my older brother Dylan, died in a motorcycle accident. He was my best friend growing up and although we weren't as close as I wish we could have been in our teens, the moments we spent together, the laughs we shared, just became that much more valuable. Two months before his passing, he asked me to get photos of him riding his bike. If it weren't for my love for my brother and photography, I would have never gotten those images, but most importantly , I would have never spent that time with him, which was far more valuable.

In the heart of the pandemic, I set off to college. At seventeen, I graduated high school in late July and by early August I was being admitted to Columbus College of Art & Design. Here I got to learn more about the ethics and morals of photography. The intentional meaning and messaging behind photography, and most importantly, my message behind my photography.

In 2022, I had the opportunity to photograph a wedding of an older couple. Truthfully, I was beyond nervous. All I could think about was my potential failure, but instead of failing, I saw myself thrive in the chaos, finding an organization and a pattern to their wedding day. It was then that I knew wedding's were calling me, the busyness, the romance, the excited, that rush you feel when you're in the presence of two souls completely in love about to get married.

After four long years at college, I am now officially graduating in May of 2024!! Over the course of this final semester, I have been photographing couples and gaining so much knowledge and work in my business. I also received a year long internship, working closely with a traveling wedding photographer for the rest of 2024!

In the heart of the pandemic, I set off to college. At seventeen, I graduated high school in late July and by early August I was being admitted to Columbus College of Art & Design. Here I got to learn more about the ethics and morals of photography. The intentional meaning and messaging behind photography, and most importantly, my message behind my photography.

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I'll help you transform ordinary moments into unforgettable memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime. Let's make every experience count – together.

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As a photographer, I don't just create photographs; I create memories that you can hold onto forever. With my camera as my tool and your love as my inspiration, I capture the beauty and authenticity of your special moments. From the intimate glances to the grand gestures, every shot is a reflection of your unique story. 

But photography is more than just a technical craft. It's an art form that requires passion, creativity, and a deep understanding of human emotions. My goal is to capture the essence of your love and create a visual narrative that resonates with your heart. With my lens, I aim to tell your story in a way that is authentic, romantic, and beautiful.

Let's embark on this incredible journey together. I'll transform your moments into cherished memories.

I capture beautiful and authentic memories that you can hold onto forever. Using your love as my inspiration and my camera as my tool, I aim to tell your unique story through my lens. My photography is an art form that requires passion, creativity, and a deep understanding of human emotions. My goal is to create a visual narrative that speaks to your heart and captures the essence of your love.

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into timeless memories

Let's capture your love story.

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