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my biggest values:
connection, real moments, adventure
Hey there, I’m Abigail. I'm a photographer currently living in Boston, but the woods and sea are what I like best. Most days you can find me running around outside, editing at my kitchen table, or snacking. I am mostly known for making to-do lists, perusing the internet for cheap plane tickets, and walking long distances to avoid taking the train.
People often refer to me as passionate, driven, and joyful. I love getting things done, but I’m also a sucker for spontaneous day-trips to the beach, or just to visit a friend. I feel like life is too short to not take time to invest in the people you love. And it’s definitely too short not to eat ice cream. Ice cream is my weakness.
Five things you should know about me:
I have a huge heart for freeing those trapped in human trafficking. 10% of my photography proceeds go towards organizations that do this.
I used to be a very fearful person, but knowing Jesus has freed me from that. I now love the unknown, and seek adventure over comfort.
My love language is dishes. Nothing makes my heart smile like a clean counter. My husband jokes about this, but it’s actually true.
I shop at consignment shops and clearance racks, but have no problem buying a plane ticket anywhere. I would so much rather spend money on experiences than anything else, and I’ve never regretted a trip!
I love heights. The higher the better. I went skydiving for my 21st birthday, and it’s still one of the best life experiences to date.
I got married in October of 2017 to my favorite human, Mike Connor. He is the cream cheese to my bagel. The steady to my spontaneity. The grace to my truth. He has truly taught me how to love selflessly and well, and is the closest reflection I have of the love that Christ has for me. We are opposites in many ways, but have the same mission for life, and I'm so, so grateful for this gift.
Just getting married myself has made me even more passionate about marriage. It's messy, hard, and beautiful all at the same time. My own wedding photos are a reminder to me of the commitment we've made, and it's a huge honor to get to do that for other people. It's what I'm most passionate about.