Hi there! We're Savannah & Devin.
We're here for you.
You know how important your wedding day is and you want to remember it in every way possible. We here to make that possible. We're a husband-wife photography and videography team based in American Fork, Utah. With Savannah as your photographer and Devin as your videographer, we'll be there every step of the way to celebrate your story and the start of your journey together!
We can't wait to meet you! But first, let us share a little bit about us...
I'm a Fort Collins, Colorado native and moved to Utah when I started school at BYU in 2012. I'm a lover of languages, movies, Mario games and specialize in what I like to call "ugly dancing". Fun fact: If I start laughing too hard, my lips start to quiver as if I'm cold. More fun facts below!
If there is chocolate in front of me, I will eat it. No questions asked.
I grew up in a small town called Oroville, California, where most of my extremely large extended family still lives. I studied video production at BYUI and moved to Utah once I graduated. In my free time, I love to write, read, and spend time with my new baby girl.
I run an Instagram account
for our dog, Jeff.
“How’d you guys meet?”
Have you ever gotten this question before? We definitely have. But as many times as we get it, we’ll still answer – we love our story. And we hope your “beginning” story is something you love, too!
We met in Provo, Utah, but not in the conventional way (although in these days, does ‘conventional’ even exist anymore?). Devin had already graduated, and Savannah was recently returned from her mission to Germany, trying to figure out the best educational path. Before we met, we both had experiences that got us ready to meet each other – experiences that we had no idea would lead us to the life we’ve been blessed to have together now.
Devin had moved from Idaho after graduating with a degree in video. Following a series of …let’s just say character-building, take that as you will… experiences with dating, Devin was getting really tired of the whole dating thing. Being the momma’s boy that he is, after sharing his concerns with her, his mom reached out to one of his cousins, Janne, to find out if she had any friends that were single and ready to mingle.
At the same time, Savannah made a pact with her roommates that she would go out of her comfort zone. That week, her roommate, Janne, suggested going on a date with some nerdy guy named Devin.
After the first date – and a blind date, mind you – to a trampoline park, Devin knew he wanted to spend a lot more time with Savannah, though Savannah still needed some convincing. Devin’s attempts to win over Savannah included the paper towel rose taped to her apartment door with a little note soon after our first date, a date to a museum where Rainbow Road and moths were discussed, and finally the date to Machu Picchu.
The Machu Picchu date is what finally convinced Savannah that there was more to this guy than just baggy jeans and Star Wars references. Earlier, Savannah had mentioned how she wanted to go to Machu Picchu one day. Devin remembered and surprised Savannah by picking her up, driving up to Y Mountain, and then pulling out the Peruvian food he’d hidden in the back. He let her know that we’d arrived at our own mini Machu Picchu. That was definitely a pivotal point in our relationship.
Then followed the firsts: first time holding hands (and yes, there’s a story – awkward or otherwise – behind each one of these), the first kiss, the first (and fortunately, only) time Savannah thought someone was breaking into her apartment so she had her roommate message Devin because her phone was out of reach – you know, the normal firsts.
But you know what the best first was? Getting to say “I do” across the altar from each other. Because that’s a first we take every day now. We live the “I do” in sacrificing our time. We live it in cheering on one another in our successes and comforting each other in our hard times. We live it in taking Izzy when she’s been a screaming demon baby all day and one of us just needs a break for our own sanity.
We’re so grateful for our story and our own “I do”s and beginnings we get each day.
That’s a little piece of our story. We can’t wait to hear all the details of yours!