Hi, there! I'm Rachael McCormack, wife to Andy, mother to our two beautiful boys, and our pup, Micco! I started my photography journey way back in middle school when I would borrow my dad's minolta 35mm film camera and shoot rolls and rolls of film. In 10th grade, I invited a few of my friends over for a “photoshoot”. We all got dressed up, hair done, makeup on. This was my very first experience of really delving into my passion. I also started to take pictures of the simple things in life. The things that seem to slip by like specs of sand through your fingers. I hated to think that these special moments could be so fleeting and be gone in an instant. I kept snapping away hoping to preserve just a single second of time. I wanted to be able to look back at the moment and relive all of the emotions, all of the sounds, smells, thoughts, every sensation happening in that moment. I want to be able to share these special moments with my clients. They, too, deserve to have these memories captured in time, like a time capsule you can reopen years from now and still relive the moments. Those fleeting moments… and they go by so so fast.

While I was in college, I took a little break from being behind the camera and focus on my sports medicine degree. It wasn't until I met my husband that my passion for photography picked back up. He encouraged me to take pictures... I don't think he realized that he would end up being my main subject while I learned all about my new gear! With his support, I decided to take my passion to the next level! So, here I am... 5 years later, and an arsenal of camera gear, my dream of preserving memories has come to fruition!  

I am an on-location, natural light photographer specializing in weddings, candid portraits, and lifestyle sessions. I strive to tell your story (through pictures) as it unfold. So, now that you know more about me, I would love to get to know more about you! So, what are you waiting for? Click CONTACT and let's get your next photography session or wedding scheduled!

photo credit Ronice Kay Photography

photo credit Ronice Kay Photography