Nebraska-Omaha

ISO Photographer

Hello,
We are Ryan and Laurel. We wanted to share a little about ourselves, and hope to hear more information about your photography services!

We are Catholic, and strive to glorify God in our daily lives. We do this especially through loving and serving others. “You did it to me.” We have been dating for just over 11 months, and have been focused on building a strong friendship. One of the ways in which we have done so is by not kissing or being overly physically intimate—our goal is to have our first kiss on the altar—so far, so good!

Ryan has recently started his own business, Pro-Life Automotive. He works as a car mechanic, small engine repairman, and tree trimmer. He comes from a family of five, with one brother and one sister. He is a godfather to his only niece and takes this role very seriously, as he does with all things Catholic. He is a former member of the Intercessors of the Lamb, a religious community that was suppressed by the Archdiocese of Omaha in 2010.

Laurel works for Catholic Charities in their Family Services Department. Her main responsibilities are to their Mentoring Moms program and their post-adoption (search and reunion) services. She also provides administrative support to their Pregnancy Counseling and Adoption services. She comes from a family of seven, with 1 brother and 3 sisters.

As Catholics, we wish to support business owners who have similar values. As such, we do not wish to work with photographers who offer boudoir photography or take images of a similar subject or that convey a similar message. We say this with respect, and ask for your respect and your honesty if you do offer these services.

Our wedding will be October 1. We are going to be married at 10 AM at St. James Catholic Church, with a reception to follow at Immaculate Conception Recreation Center--we're going bowling! (There will still be plenty of dancing though!) Our wedding aim is family fun friendly and casual, but not to the point of low quality.

We are interested in possibly having a reduced rate with the morning wedding...though it is not absolutely necessary! We would need a photographer from 9 AM-3 PM, and those times are somewhat flexible.

We look forward to hearing from you!
Ryan and Laurel
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