a team of photographers
a team of photographers
The Kenneys Photography started in 2008 when a young couple straight of college – Savannah and Philip – got married and decided to go all in on their shared love of photography. Yep…2008… when there was a massive recession. But they were young, in love, and naive enough to pull it off. They did it because, from day one, they both were passionate about giving couples original photography that would be creatively stunning and authentic to the couple’s relationship. Coupled with their unrelenting desire for giving the best service and products, they have created a unique approach to wedding photography that is beautiful, intentional, and meaningful for their couples.
And now, The Kenneys Photography has grown into a small team of three photographers with the addition of Amy Dale. Amy has been photographing weddings with her own successful business for over a decade, and in 2020 they all decided to partner together. She shares Savannah and Philip’s passion for making creative and genuine photography, and her uplifting personality was the perfect addition to the studio family. So whether you hire Savannah and Philip as your wedding photographers or hire Amy, you will get the same vision, values, and experience!
All together the studio has over 30 years experience in wedding photography. They have always admired each other’s skills (they’ve photographed each other’s families for years now!), and are friends trying to bring the best wedding photography experience they can to engaged couples.
Savannah & Philip
Savannah and Philip have been married since 2008. They are avid gardeners – Savannah tending to her roses and Philip working in his sensory garden. They walk and play with their rescue pup, Arnold Palmer, daily. They love traveling, trying new restaurants, golfing, and spending rainy afternoons reading with Troubadour, their rescue cat, curled around Philip’s neck. Nothing makes them happier than sitting around the fire pit with friends and a glass of bourbon in good conversation. Their main family values are to be intentional, give selflessly, and don’t let the stresses of life spill into the sacredness of living.
When Amy doesn’t have a camera in her hand, she is spending time with her husband, Andrew, their four children. They love playing music and cooking together as a family. You can find her after the kids’ bedtime helping Andrew in his woodshop. Amy and Andrew are also avid DIYers, sprucing up their little home one room at a time.