Hello! I am Amanda Bringham, owner and lead photographer at Picturesque. I am an avid bookworm, a hopeless gardener and lover of sunny days. I started as a photojournalist, turned wedding photographer and never looked back. I live for capturing perfect, beautiful, unposed moments on the wedding day while imparting my own clean and crisp style, lighting and composition.

We are located on almost 16 acres of private property near Keystone Lake west of Tulsa. Our indoor studio area is used for consultations, reveal parties and a place to change during shoots. We have shot many engagement and bridal sessions on the property. It’s perfect for the couple who enjoys both grassy fields and forest areas.

My husband, Heath, is my second shooter and what I like to call a modern day renaissance man. He’s an engineer by day and my personal assistant, on-site tech guru, bag carrier, etc. by night. He always shoots the groom’s getting ready photos…and always rocks it. While I’m the face of the company, he prefers to work in the shadows and makes sure everything runs smoothly.

At its core, a wedding is a love story. Every wedding is similar, but all love stories are unique. We focus on the couple, get to know them and tell their personal story through our art. That is why we don’t run our wedding day on some preconceived notion of how long a wedding should last. We have a “guided time limit” that is flexible to the couple’s needs, making the photographer one less thing to stress about. We capture a solid combination of details, candids and portraits to tell the story of every wedding we photograph.

At Picturesque we specialize in preserving your memories with archival quality albums and framed prints. After all, your wedding is your first family heirloom. Your children will love flipping through your beautiful Italian leather album for years to come.

Please contact me to set up a complimentary consultation (by appointment only) at Picturesque Studios. We can’t wait to hear your love story!

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