Rebecca did wedding/honeymoon photo sessions for me and my husband. She came to visit me for the first time in my hometown of Portland Oregon she was just coming out for a vacation originally then I told her we wanted to get married during her visit. I asked if she would be our photographer for the occasion and she more than accommodated us. She did both outdoor and indoor photography for me and my husband, inside of the county courthouse and outside at a nearby park, followed by photography inside a restaurant with our wedding party. She made something so simple and quick as a courthouse wedding special and memorable with the photos she took of us. She made me feel special and beautiful and made an impromptu wedding come together with the way she coordinated the shots with us and our wedding party. She had lots of ideas for us and any pose we were uncomfortable with she quickly adjusted her plan.Our families were not able to attend unfortunately;although these photos can't replace having them there at our wedding sharing these photos with them made them feel like they were there with us. You can truly see the love we have for each other in her photos. The next day we headed to the beach and the sun was going down and it was a bit cold, we were a bit uncomfortable with the weather but she was patient and understanding. You would never know how cold it was by looking at the photos, she had ideas for intimate yet relaxed poses and they turned out even better than expected. I loved her commitment when it came to a shot at one point she even kneeled in the wet sand in her jeans! I was very pleased with her professionalism yet down to earth attitude that let us be ourselves and relax which made for great photos. She is very passionate about her work, and it shows in the details. Like the simple placement of a hand on a shoulder or a little smile, she she knew what would make the best photos. She truly captured the special moments on our wedding day and our honeymoon. The photos turned out great and both my husband and I will cherish them forever. Thanks Rebecca!