My children are the reason I started photography 5 years ago. I have always loved photos and watching my kids grow up so fast was the kick in the behind that I needed to start documenting my life! That is how I discovered my love for capturing life changing moments. What an honor! I can not think of anything else that I would rather do. Since I started my business 3 years ago I have been blessed to tell so many couple's story and to grow my craft each and every year. Three years later and I have won awards for my work world wide, been published many times, and been asked to photograph couples across the country. I am so happy with what I do. 

My approach to the wedding day is very journalistic. Your wedding day is YOUR day and I do not want to come in and take over. Instead I aim to capture natural moments between you and the people who mean the most to you. I do love helping my couples come with a timeline for their day and to choose the best locations for their portraits, but most of the day is candid. Just the way I like it! 




I'm Robin! I am a 30 something (that is as close as you are going to get, it hurt to even say that much lol) wedding and portrait photographer. I actually have a studio in Plaquemine, Louisiana; however, most of my weddings are located in Baton Rouge and across Southern Louisiana. Plaquemine is where I call home.

I am mom to 4 (YES FOUR) little kiddos ranging in age from 12 to 5. I have an amazing husband of 8 (is it 8?) years. I am still trying to figure out what I did to deserve that guy. He is my rock. We also have a sweet ferret named Sammy. When I am editing you will find me listening to true crime podcasts (I may have gone to college for criminal justice with a focus in forensics only to become a photographer lol), watching youtube (I have an embarrassing obsession with beauty gurus and drama channels), or with Frasier or Grey's Anatomy playing in the background. I am real no fuss kinda gal. Give me some pizza, a margarita,  and the outdoors and I am good to go!


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Robin Seymour