Stacy Able Photography Indianapolis Wedding
I’m Stacy Able, a professional photographer based in Indianapolis, Indiana. My passion for photography began with my Bachelor’s of Science degree from Clemson University in Graphic Communications. I specialize in local and destination weddings and have captured over 350+ celebrations. My photography assignments have taken me from right here in Indy My photography assignments have taken me from Illinois, California, Washington State, North Carolina, Florida, and New York along with international destinations such as: Guatemala, Italy, Mexico, Canada, and the Dominican Republic. My style can be described as romantic and timeless enhanced with some modern and photojournalistic influences. I use various Nikon and Sony digital cameras to tell your story. My work has been published in local and national publications such as The New York Times, The Knot, Indianapolis Monthly, and online with Style Me Pretty, and Martha Stewart Weddings. You can see some of those features on my published page. Originally a California military brat, I ended up in Indiana because I met a tall bearded man with a big heart at the Bloomington Farmers market. Walter broke the ice by starting a conversation with my chihuahua, Lola. From that day forward, our relationship grew into a love story full of farmers markets, dogs, and volunteering together in Guatemala. In 2007, Walter proposed at the Casa Santo Domingo in Antigua, Guatemala, where we were married on November 1, 2008. We chose to wed in Central America as we wanted our Guatemalan “family” with that we’ve volunteered and lived with to attend. You can see a few of our wedding images here: Guatemala Destination Wedding. When not photographing weddings, food, and other portraits, you can find me with my Barbet (french water dog) pack. I also enjoy cooking ambitious foodie delicacies, traveling, and volunteering with my Love on a Leash therapy dog Gaia. Walter is the president of a non-profit organization Seeds of Help (www.seedsofhelp.org) which provides grassroots development in Huehuetenango, Guatemala. I am fortunate to donate my skills to bring awareness to the Mayan woman and children in this region. My most recent trip to Guatemala was to document a hair cutting class which was featured in Pattern Magazine (pages 83-87).