Hi friends, I’m Tiffaney and I believe in telling genuine love stories through my photographs. I love finding the in-between moments and the small details that matter the most to you. Years from now I want you to be able to flip through your album and be instantly transported back to that moment... the loud laughter, the raw emotion, the tremendous joy.
My life is inspired by and revolves around love. It is the foundation that everything around me is built upon. Capturing the fleeting moments in my life, knowing that I will treasure them forever, has brought me immense joy. Naturally, the transition to capturing the love between two people was inevitable. I look for the tender moments, warm embraces, and the artistry of the exquisite details - the slight of a smile, the breath before a kiss, the movement in the gown while walking hand in hand. My ambition in life is to wander the world telling love stories through my lens.
At night when the house is quiet, I like to pour a cup of tea and plan for future travels. Dreaming of open skies, sun-lit lavender fields and cobblestone streets. I love the delicate texture of lace and the smell of fresh rain. I’m so grateful to have the honor of capturing those moments, turning them into memories that last a lifetime.
I love the old world romantic charm in historic buildings. I take such inspiration from graceful archways, grandiose doors, and their statuesque presence. Whether it’s a stately manor, or a charming cottage in the country side, I find so much beauty and grace in the details of architecture.
A cup of tea soothes my soul. There is literally nothing better than curling up with a good book and some warm tea. Darjeeling is my favorite, but I wouldn't say no to a good Earl Grey. Being wrapped up in a cozy blanket in a comfy chair getting lost in my own thoughts and ideas is the perfect ending to my day.
I love everything British. The television, the afternoon tea, the beautiful gardens, and of course, the accents are just some of the english charms that I hold dear. Whether it’s Downton Abbey or Dr. Who, having tea and biscuits or scones and jam, I’m always finding myself dreaming of my next visit to England.