Meet the Photographer

Hello, I am Bri Hincy.

My full name is Brianna but almost everyone calls me Bri. Except for the 2nd graders I teach. They call me Mrs. Hincy.

I am a wedding and family photographer based on the Western Slope. I have always loved creating artwork and taking photograph- from film cameras, to polaroids, to compact digital cameras-. I have since honed in on my style through attention to detail and lots of composition work. I would describe my style as aiming to capture personalities and emotions with a light and natural edit.

About Me

I was born in southern Florida and lived on a sailboat until I was 5 years old. When I was 11, our family moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. I met my husband while we were in high school and we've been inseparable ever since.

I completed my bachelor's degree at Coastal Carolina University and began teaching at a local elementary school. Eventually, my husband and I got the itch to explore. I think I inherited my dad's sense of adventure. One of my favorite trips I did as a kid was when we went out west. My husband and I decided to get married out in the desert (Valley of Fire) in 2017, and we drove through Colorado on our way back to South Carolina. We fell in love with the mountains and moved here a year later.

I lost both my parents while I was a teenager and all of my grandparents within the next few years. I know how valuable photos are and how they keep memories alive. Capturing moments in time is a passion of mine because I know how precious these photos can become. It's imperative to get photos of 'mom' who is always ducking out of the shot because she's self-conscious. I know first-hand what it's like to look through photos of 'mom' and not be able to find any because she was always taking the photo or hiding. When I do find one of those rare gems, I safeguard and adore that photo. I hope to give this same level of nostalgia one day to my clients who cherish the photos I take.


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You did a great job!!! 10/10 highly recommend you to anyone!

"We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone."