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Indiana Second Photographer

Hello there! I'm Jaclyn, and I moved to the Indianapolis area in 2019. Since moving here, I transitioned my business to associate and second shooting for other wedding photographers. If you are a bride or groom, you might still be able to hire me! I am not accepting clients of my own, but I can refer you to some outstanding wedding photographers we can work together with.

In my first year as a second photographer in Indiana, I've photographed at lovely venues like Mavris Arts & Event Center, Indiana State Museum, Skyline Club, The Bluffs at Connor Prairie, Eiteljorg Museum, Mustard Seed Gardens, and 1899, among others. For 2020 I will be associating shooting or working as a second at Indiana Roof, Hawthorns, Industry, BASH, Black Iris Estate, and more.

I've been a wedding photographer since 2012 and have photographed over 150 weddings under my own business, with another 40 as a second photographer. I specialize in natural, colorful, and fun wedding photography with an eye towards capturing beautiful details and candid moments. My prime focus is to capture true personalities and natural poses, whether that be goofy, romantic, or a bit of both!

I'm proud to say that I've been featured in amazing online wedding blogs such as Every Last Detail, Glamour & Grace, Artfully Wed, The Knot, Rustic Wedding Chic, and Mountainside Bride, and my greenhouse styled shoot was printed in Vermont Bride Magazine!

Indianapolis Second Shooter

I am centrally located, only 25 mins from Indianapolis. Travel up to an hour away is included in my rate.

Associate Wedding Photographer Reviews

If you've checked out my reviews on WeddingWire, The Knot, or Google, then you've probably seen a common theme: I'm a ninja when it comes to getting the shot! My work style is focused, but I don't pressure things to look a certain way, instead I'm keeping an eye out for special candid moments and trying to be unobtrusive as possible. I have no problem stepping up and corralling family to get the important shots, but when that's not necessary, I like to fade into the background. There is so much going on during a wedding day, so I love when I get feedback from past clients like Lauren, who said "Despite people feeling like she wasn't even there, she got some amazing pictures," or Bridget, who wrote "Her quiet, unobtrusive movements left people referring to her as the "photo ninja." Many couples remark that they had no idea I was over there, or behind there, or next to there, and I love surprising them with images of moments they didn't notice on the day of.