Hi there, I'm Lindsey! Morgan, my middle name means, “born by the sea” which is probably why I love the beach so much. I’m a wedding and portrait photographer based out of Jacksonville, Florida serving the Southeast and beyond. I truly enjoy getting to know my couples and each of their unique stories. I look forward to hearing all about your vision for your wedding day and helping you make that a reality. My goal is to capture this day for you with authentic, elegant and classic images that will last a lifetime and give you an amazing experience as well!
"But the most beautiful things in life are not just things. They're people, and places, memories and pictures. They're feelings and moments and smiles and laughter."
MY FAVORITE THINGS
"When words fail, music speaks." - Hans Christian Andersen
He restores my soul.
I order dessert first and consider chocolate a food group.
Charleston, Savannah, St. Augustine - the South & its mossy trees and cobblestone streets have my heart.
If I'm not at a wedding, you can find me wearing garnet and gold, passionately cheering on my Florida State Seminoles.
Give me some sunshine, a cool ocean breeze and a good book. That's all I need!
I realized my life translated to my photography. My eye looks for the moments. The moments of genuine laughter, the joy on the faces of your friends and family, or when I see the bride and groom sneaking glances and kisses when they think no one is looking. The moments you'll want to relive over and over. I'm thankful for my journey because it led me here and gave me a powerful "why" and a passionate heart behind what I do. What a joy it is to be able to be a part one of life’s biggest celebrations between two people! It’s truly the greatest honor and one I don’t take lightly. I can’t wait to hear all about the plans you have for your big day! And remember, while this is a huge moment in your life, don’t forget to enjoy all of the little things along the way.
Some people have known since they were little what they wanted to be when they grew up. That's not my story. I didn't know I wanted to be a photographer, and to be honest, it just kind of happened. Photography found me in one of the hardest seasons of my life. I've experienced quite a few health challenges, but the pain and suffering I've endured taught me something irreplaceable. It taught me to cling to the good things in life that much more, and to really take in the little moments, because they are what make life beautiful. There is something about coming out on the other side of a hardship that gives you a new perspective on life, and a new sense of gratitude. I believe that life should be celebrated and lived to the fullest.