Hattie Root Photography
1. How did your company get started? How did you get into your field of expertise?
I found photography in my youth, with a camera falling into my hands from my parents. Like all love stories, I fell head over heels in love with photography. Fast forward through years of photography as hobby I found myself surrounded by the beauty of the wedding world. I knew I loved this industry and quickly found that my love of photography was now my way of life.
2. What are you most passionate about professionally?
Being a part of those once in a lifetime moments, and being able to capture it for my clients to look back upon year after year.
I am most excited about waking up each day to do something I am truly passionate about.
3. What makes your business unique?
Each Photographer has a style that separates their work from others. I feel that my style coupled with my honest love for photography truly sets me apart.
4. What inspiring quote best describes your business or your passion for brides, weddings, love, etc.?
-In love is a beautiful place to be.
5. What was the most rare/interesting/quirky request you’ve had from a bride or groom?
6. What would your dream wedding include? Even if you have already had yours, what would you have changed?
Funny enough, I am currently engaged! My dream wedding would include the people I love most gathering in the most beautiful far off location.
7. Describe a situation or experience in your work that you are most proud of, that you found to be rewarding, inspiring or even funny…
I think watching how my business has grown, and developed as it has over the past few years has been both rewarding and inspiring. I get to do what I love each and every day.
8. What was the last thing that brought tears to your eyes?
Every single wedding, I am such a sucker for a good love story. Thank goodness I have a camera to hide behind.
9. What was the last thing that made you laugh out loud?
My dogs! They are something else.
10. Finish this sentence…”Your wedding is the first step. But to make a marriage last…"
It's not about finding someone you can live with, it's about finding someone you can't live without.