Aislinn Kate Rehwinkel
I shoot in an editorial style, which means that I control the location and surroundings of your session, but don't tell you what to do. The results are images that are beautifully composed and with gorgeous lighting - but with real, candid, human interaction. In practical terms, I will suggest that you stand in a certain area to put on your gown, but I won't interfere with the moment while your mother laughs and cries while struggling with a million buttons.
When I'm not shooting weddings, you can probably find me practicing some sort of stringed instrument with my husband of 11 years. There is likely a friendly orange cat curled up at my feet (or on the couch, because who are we kidding here?). We have two children - a strong-willed, pig-tailed, five-year-old daughter and a rock-music-loving, National Geographic-reading ten-year-old son.
I photographed my first wedding in 2008. Since then, I've shot over 200 weddings.
I shoot in an editorial style, meaning that I control the general location and surroundings (when I can), but I don't actually tell you what to do. The results are images that are beautifully lit and composed, but with real, candid, genuine interaction.
All of our weekend collections feature all-day coverage and two photographers. My job is to tell your story in images, and that's not usually possible in only 6-7 hours - so I'm with you all day.
We have a gorgeous studio in the heart of downtown Pensacola - we can do lots of things here, like meet with clients, drink wine, shoot head shots and boudoir, and edit photos.
I graduated from Yale with a degree in literature - so I suppose I am a photographer with a great vocabulary.
I like dangly earrings, red lipstick, golden retrievers, and irony. And pictures.
1 Recent Couple
SARA + DAMIEN