I am so glad you stopped by to learn a little about me. As you may already know I am Jennifer the owner of Jennifer Nicole Photography. I have been in business since July of 2019 but I have been interested in photography since I was little. I would take pictures of literally anything I could such as rocks and leaves.
I have been with my boyfriend for 10 years! Yes you heard that right for 10 years! We were high school sweet hearts. We live together with our german shepard named Bravo in Kannapolis, North Carolina.
I love all light and pastel colors. I specialize in weddings and seniors. I also love taking pictures of everything in between such as families, couples, moms to be, newborns, etc. My dream is to become a destination wedding photographer! I absolutely love to travel! One of my favorite places that I have been to this day is Mexico!
(Photo is courtesy of Jess Petrie Photography)
I absolutely love everything about details whether it is on your wedding day or just about everyday things. On your wedding day I block out an hour just to capture your beautiful details.
I am obsessed with florals! I personally can't have real florals in my own home thanks to allergies but on your wedding day I love being able to incorporate them in your details! I always recommend to ask for extra florals from your florist so I can work my magic!
I am obsessed with planning! I currently have two planners. One is just for my photography business and the other is just for my personal life. From the first inquiry I write down every detail and then plan out every conversation. I also love sending my wedding clients a timeline that I like to go by so when they go to their coordinator they can show them this is how I like everything placed out. I personally know how much time I will need for every detail about a wedding day.
You should probably know that I am a huge animal lover! I love when couples, families, and individuals include their furr babies in pictures. I feel that they are a family member! So, if you always question whether you should bring your animal the answer is YES!