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When I started this little photography business, it was only natural for me to take a piece of that little girl that Mama and Papa called ‘Feedle Dee’ who was always found flipping through photo albums, and merge her with the woman that appreciated capturing those moments just as much.

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We’re Felicia and Eric, the husband and wife team behind Feedle Bee Photography. We’re lovers of Disney, traveling, baseball, every single dog, and passionate about capturing all of life’s moments.

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Where it all began...

I’d slide those dusty books filled with old images lined in cellophane off the bookshelf in my parent’s living room and jump into my Papa’s favorite chair. We’d sit there and reminisce, laugh, and bring those photos to life through the memories we had made.

When life was easy or difficult, one thing was always constant - my love of passing the time through those pages of birthdays, Disney vacations, and everyday moments.

When my Mama was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease - those days where life was easy became even harder to come by. As her health deteriorated we found ourselves clinging onto those photos to remember the good times we all had with her. This is when I truly saw just how important photos are.

Parkinson’s is debilitating. It’s a terrible disease that sucks your mobility, independence, and speech away from you - slowly and then all at once. After she passed, I realized once again how precious those good days were and how I craved more tangible pieces of them I could still hold on to.

If I learned to dream big from anyone - it was my Mama. In a way, her illness made me appreciate good days more, and want to help others preserve more of those special moments between them and their loved ones. For when someone leaves this earth, photos have a powerful way of reminding us of those good days with them.

When I started this little photography business, it was only natural for me to take a piece of that little girl that Mama and Papa called ‘Feedle Dee’ who was always found flipping through photo albums, and merge her with the woman that appreciated capturing those moments just as much.

As a little girl, I grew up flipping through my family’s old photo albums.

My parents raised me with a love for adventure, and as my husband and I enjoy new adventures together I take a piece of that history everywhere I go; because today’s special moments are tomorrow’s memories - and those family birthdays, wedding days, graduation days, and all those special moments in between are too important to not be captured.

Thanks for the adventure, now go have a new one

I’d slide those dusty books filled with old images lined in cellophane off the bookshelf in my parent’s living room and jump into my Papa’s favorite chair. We’d sit there and reminisce, laugh, and bring those photos to life through the memories we had made.

When life was easy or difficult, one thing was always constant - my love of passing the time through those pages of birthdays, Disney vacations, and everyday moments.

When my Mama was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease - those days where life was easy became even harder to come by. As her health deteriorated we found ourselves clinging onto those photos to remember the good times we all had with her. This is when I truly saw just how important photos are.

Parkinson’s is debilitating. It’s a terrible disease that sucks your mobility, independence, and speech away from you - slowly and then all at once. After she passed, I realized once again how precious those good days were and how I craved more tangible pieces of them I could still hold on to.

If I learned to dream big from anyone - it was my Mama. In a way, her illness made me appreciate good days more, and want to help others preserve more of those special moments between them and their loved ones. For when someone leaves this earth, photos have a powerful way of reminding us of those good days with them.

When I started this little photography business, it was only natural for me to take a piece of that little girl that Mama and Papa called ‘Feedle Dee’ who was always found flipping through photo albums, and merge her with the woman that appreciated capturing those moments just as much. 

lead photographer, a pro at keeping brides hydrated, always quoting Disney lyrics, and giving dogs kisses.

second shooter, professional dress fluffer, videographer, always down for an adventure.

Eric

Felicia

This is Us.

We're a goofy bunch that's totally obsessed with Disney and each other. But, have we mentioned we love to travel? Regardless of if you’re close to Oregon, we’d love to capture you and your special moments.

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Disney World and Florida
Disneyland and California
Colorado
Utah
Hawaii
Spain
Greece
Italy
Ireland
Germany
Mexico

1. What did we have the officiant who married us wear during our ceremony?

A. A baseball jersey
B. An orange suit
C. Mickey costume
D. A Christmas sweater

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2. Which baseball team do we both root for? 

A. LA Dodgers
B. NY Yankees
C. Oakland Athletics
D. Seattle Mariners


3. What is the first word that comes to mind when Eric thinks of Felicia?

A. Funny
B. Caring
C. Adventurous
D. Creative


4. One of us loves thrill rides and one of us doesn’t. Which one of us loves them?

A. Eric
B. Felicia


5. What are our favorite Disney characters?

A. Nemo and Cinderella
B. Pumba and Stitch
C. Donald and Goofy
D. Mickey and Minnie


6. What is one food we are ALWAYS down for?

A. Thai food
B. Taco Bell
C. Mac and Cheese
D. Fish and Chips


7. What kind of pet child do we have?

A. Turtle
B. Siamese cat
C. Potbelly pig
D. Chocolate Lab

8. One of us loves running and one of us doesn't. Who's the runner?

A. Eric
B. Felicia