Rachel Schrepel, Wedding Photographer

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I am a sentimental wedding photographer for independent and sophisticated couples.

I am a product of my parent's divorce. Love was war. They fought more against than for. Hard times were hung on the wall. I avoided conflict by isolating and disconnecting, ultimately starting a war with myself. I gave love a second chance and fell true to the idea that people are better together. I stand for love and respect in every marriage and that two independent people love each other better when together. I believe in marriages that cultivate meaningful romantic traditions. I believe in growing old, yet growing up together is the real adventure.

Love stories inspire me. Your love story inspires me.

My clients are couples who believe that being together is better. My couples believe in marriage and that marriage is worth fighting for. My couples choose encouragement over criticism, grace over judgment and faith over fear. Their love says they will be there no matter what. My couples have no backup plans, no escape clauses and zero regrets. My couples believe that holding hands never grows old and the heart has no wrinkles.

My Beliefs:

I believe in sending unexpected, hand-written notes in the mail to the people I love.  

I believe in taking advice from my cat. Bask in the sun. Climb to the top. Pounce on possibilities.

I believe in overdressing in elegance from an earlier time. Pearls and lace are the perfect complement.

I believe the hardest thing in life is letting go. Hot yoga is my zen.

I prefer salty foods over sweets. Anything pickle flavored.

The serenity and charm of a small town makes me feel at home. Ma and pa shops are the hidden treasures.

I believe getting dirty is a sign of living life. Even in the nicest of clothes.

I believe Fear Factor should be your everyday life. Jump and eat guts.

I found my Grandfather’s old pun book and it is among one of my most prized possessions. One in a melon.

I believe holding hands never grows old and the heart has no wrinkles.