I'm Andrea, a Southwest Florida wedding and lifestyle photographer located near beautiful Siesta Key, Florida.
I spent my youth growing up in the midwest, taking photos of everything I could, from the time I got my first film camera at age fifteen.
That pastime, has become my lifelong passion. To capture life and love in their truest form makes my heart happy. To give you tangible memories to hold onto for generations to come, that is my goal.
I give all of my artistic credit to my maker. I believe in marriage and relationships because of my faith in God. Relationships are all that matter in this life here on Earth.
I believe in connections. I find that being able to connect deeply with the people in our lives, is a beautiful blessing and I love when my clients become lifelong friends.
When I'm behind the lens, it's the little moments that get me the most, the ones when you are just being. Nothing is forced, nothing is posed, just life unfolding as it may.
The laughter. The tears. The hugs. The stolen kisses...
Let me tell your story as I see it from behind my lens.
I want to create an heirloom of memory keepsakes for you and yours.
If you think we'd be a good fit, please get in touch!
I look forward to connecting...
About two years ago, while planning my own wedding, I awakened my passion for capturing real life love stories. As I worked with my wedding photographer to create my wedding day timeline, I realized that I wanted to help other Brides do this very same thing. From that moment, I have been chasing after that passion ever since...
Being a natural light photographer, lighting is everything. It is so important to create a custom timeline for your wedding day, not just for beautiful photographs, but for you to feel at ease when the days events start to unfold.
If you're ready for the Andrea Linn Experience, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
I'm a small town girl, with big world dreams. My passion for photography began when I was in my teenage years. Soon after getting my first film camera, I got a part time job, just to pay for developing my film into photographs.
I have continued the journey over the last decade, learning digital photography from mentors, workshops, and self teaching.