My name is Abigail Munshaw, and I am SO glad you’re here! Seriously, thanks for investing a bit of time into learning about little ole me! There are PLENTY of things I could share about myself, but I’ll condense it down to what is obviously the most important:
I am married to my high school sweetheart, Cody! We met when I was 14 and he was 15, and we’ve been growing together ever since. There is something to be said about marrying the person who knew you when you had braces, bangs, and the self-confidence of a walnut! Life is never boring with him, and I feel incredibly blessed to have found my person so young!
I think Chicken Fried, by Zac Brown Band is hands down the best song on the planet. Honestly, has there ever been a person who hasn’t had a drastic mood change when it comes on? Nope, never.
My vocabulary is 80% sarcasm at any given time. I think I am funny, but probably way funnier than I actually am. And that’s okay with me!
I am never not in the mood to have a donut and a mocha iced coffee from Dunkin’
I started this journey of becoming a photographer way back in high school. I would use my tiny, bright blue digital camera to capture different angles of anything I could. My friends, my converse, my dog, you name it and I probably spent time taking pictures of it! I started shooting senior pictures for my friends on a borrowed Nikon DSLR that I thought I’d own and dreaming of a day I’d be able to shoot so much more. Skip ahead a few years of learning and practice, and VIOLA! Here we are!
Over the past 5 years, both my love of photography and my love of people has run so much deeper. Every couple, every family, every person has a story to tell, and if I can tell even a tiny part of that story in the photos I take, I am beyond giddy! To be able to freeze a second in time is such a gift, and it’s one I want to give each and every one of my clients!
OKAY enough about me, I want to know YOU! Drop me an email, and we can set up a time to chat about what you love, and how I can capture that for you.
St. Louis, MO