I've lived in TN for my entire life, and I'm happy to call Murfreesboro home. While I do love to travel, there's nothing like relaxing at home with some sweet tea in hand and Parks and Rec. or The Office on in the background while I edit.
Like most photographers you've probably read about, I've always loved photography. I got my first Polaroid when I was 8, and the passion grew from there. I went to school to be a kindergarten teacher, and taught for 5 years while also shooting weddings and sessions during my summers off.
I've been blessed enough to shoot over 20 weddings since starting Lindsey Brown Photography in 2014, but I'm so excited to finally be able to shoot year-round since having our first baby girl, Cadence Olivia, and becoming a stay-at-home mom and full-time photographer at the end of 2018.
I'd love to connect with you and learn more about you! If you need a photographer for your big day or to document a special season in your life, let's chat! I can't wait to hear from you.
Robby = husband (high school sweetheart)
Winston = Airedale Terrier pup
These boys are my everything. The fact that Robby and I have been together for almost 10 years is unreal to me. He truly knows me better than I know myself, and I wouldn't be able to pursue this dream of mine if it weren't for his love and support!
On December 3, 2018, I gave birth to our first, Cadence.
This sweet girl has completely stolen my heart, and she makes me so happy to be a mom. She is such a gift and blessing to Robby and me, and I can't express how thankful I am that God has chosen us to be her parents.
Cadence Olivia means 'peaceful rhythm', and we can't wait to see how that comes into play in her life. (No pun intended.) Fingers crossed it means she'll be a musician like her dad!
I remember being a kid and spending my summers next to my mom in the kitchen making jam, breads, cakes. I will always cherish those memories and am so thankful for a mom who took the time to teach me her skills!
This Cinnamon Swirl Orange bread is one of my favorite things to bake!
My favorite thing to photograph on a wedding day is the details!
The earrings that were your mother's on her wedding day, the invitation suite you spent hours designing...these details are what tell your story! You spent hours pouring your heart into getting everything just perfect for your wedding day. It is my favorite thing to capture these and know that you will have the photos to share with your kids and grand kids one day so they know every little thing that made your wedding day special!
There's no warm-weather activity that I love more than kayaking! I jump on any chance to get in the water.
Robby and I have kayaked up to class 3 rapids, and it's so fun! The photo you see is a trip my husband and his family and I took to kayak the Toccoa River - in a rain storm, AND I was 2 months pregnant. It was definitely a trip I'll never forget.
Robby has played guitar for years, and I really wanted an instrument that I could play along with him. He got me a guitar, and I tried it, but once I tried a ukulele, I loved it! It's a lot easier for me to play, so it stuck.
I love playing worship songs, but I still would like to learn a lot more!