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Your wedding day. 

Your family portraits.

Your first photos with your perfect new baby. 

These are all some of life’s biggest moments, and they deserve to be remembered, to be held in the palm of your hand as the years pass by, from the excitement of new love to the heady nostalgia of days gone by. 


The best way to create those epic photos, the ones you’ll hold on to and look back on, is to make sure you’re in the moment, you’re having fun. You’re moving and dancing and cuddling and kissing! When you book a photo session with me, that’s exactly what we’ll do!


My number one priority is making sure you’re having a great time. You should leave our session feeling invigorated and excited, and even more sure of your love. This means I’ll give you time, I’ll step back, I’ll encourage you to sing and dance and get oh so very close. I’ll use silly prompts if the camera makes you nervous – and don’t worry, it makes almost all of us nervous! But that’s why I’m there, to guide you along the way, and I’m sure we’ll have so much fun! 


Most importantly though, I want you to know that no detail is too small, no moment too trivial. The photos that we make together are for you. If you’re including a cultural tradition that’s important to you, if you’re obsessed with your baby’s toes or if the details of your dress are a dream come true, then don’t be afraid to ask. 


After all, you’re supposed to be the leading lady of your own life. 


Let’s Start Making Memories! 

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"Hiedi weathered all obstacles to make our day special! She had creativity, great customer service, and was eager to capture this moment with us! Her editing skills made me feel like I should go into modeling! Lol She truly went above and beyond my expectations! Glad we booked her! Up and coming big time photographer! Thanks again!"

Blackmon, 2020


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a never ending love story

Hey there! I’m Hiedi! 


I grew up in suburban Indiana, surrounded not only by cornfields but also the smells and tastes of Vietnamese food. You see, my family owns a Vietnamese restaurant, and they’re pretty much all chefs. I loved growing up in their restaurant, and the nostalgia it brought with it. I loved the way my Grandma carefully handmade noodles for Pho, a tribute to her culture and her way of passing traditions on to us. Or the way that Vietnam’s slow-dripped, sweet iced coffee transports me to humid afternoons in Vietnam [or city name here], sitting lazily on plastic stools that line the street.


The kitchen I grew up in and the thousands of meals my parents prepared in it were a never-ending love story to times gone by and the culture they grew up in. Even when I was a child, I knew I wanted to tell a story as important as theirs. I just had to find it. 


It started in high school when my journalism teacher selected me as the yearbook photographer. That was all it took! From that moment, I found myself photographing everything I could, from sports to fashion, portraits to headshots… I even became VP of marketing for Ball State’s panhellenic council and public relations chair for my sorority, Phi Mu, to stay close to my camera! But photographing weddings and families – photographing those epic, unassuming, pure kinds of love – was what really stole my heart. 


There are so many things I love about photographing weddings – from the chance to photograph different cultural traditions to the opportunity to travel to incredible places. But most of all, I love that my job means I get to adventure with you, whether that’s driving six hours for your engagement shoot, or meeting up a few years after your wedding to capture your growing family, and everything in-between. 


It turns out, the never-ending love story I most want to capture is yours.


Now, it’s your turn! Let’s get to know each other!
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