hello

It's me again, weird right? Well hey I created this entire page, so I get to talk about myself a few times! Fun fact: I actually hate talking about myself and it feels super awkward!! But I am incredibly happy you are here.
I can tell you about how I love the outdoors, Harry Potter, coffee, pumpkin everything or my 6 dogs and my hubby...even my love for teals and greens. I won't bore you with a list of my top ten favorite things.
I've been a Southern Illinois native since I was two years old. So, I basically get to lay claims here!! All the while travelling and doing my job!

I'm not the photographer who was "born with a camera in her hand." I was working in lending and felt like I was completely unfulfilled. The creative side of me literally needed watered like a little dying plant!!!

When I started photography, I sucked. Like bad, embarrassing and let me just follow that up with an apology and a thank you to my first round of clients. Yall are the real MVPs!! I appreciate you immensely. :)
 One thing that I can say is that I've had a camera in my hands since I was 15 years old. Can we all agree that most things we did at 15 we probably sucked at??

I want to personally invite you along on my journey. That way you can see my ups and downs and everything I learn in between!! Then I promise I'll share my screwups if you want to learn from them! ;)

xo,
Courtney

EVANSVILLE, IN

SHAWNEE NATIONAL FOREST

ALTON, IL

WASHINGTON D.C.

Fort branch, IN

Behind the scenes with me...

More about the photographer

Courtney Page is the photographer and owner of Boulder Creek Photography. She is a published wedding and lifestyle portrait photographer. She is also a destination wedding and elopement photographer residing in Southern Illinois.

Her work has been on display at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center as a featured artist, continually featured in ENGAGED! River Valley, I DO: Southern Illinois, and Life & Style magazines.

She has self-published Your Boulder Creek Wedding Experience magazine, a wedding editorial to guide and encourage couples through their wedding planning process. She is a volunteer photographer for the Veterans Honor Flight of Southern Illinois and travels to Washington D.C. to capture the experience for the veterans on the flight.

Courtney created Bring It to the Table, which is a women’s business page group focused on inspiring and coaching female business owners. She has guided and coached other women with her experiences from owning and growing her own business.

Boulder Creek Photography features classic, sincere wedding and portrait experiences that create natural and joyful connections. Her work reflects true to life color and timeless photographs that will never go out of style.

Courtney resides in Pope County where she lives with her husband, Bryceson, in a log cabin on 105 acres with their six dogs. She spends her free time outdoors and enjoys fishing, cooking and is always looking for another project.