An obvious perk of destination weddings is discovering new places, like upstate New York with all its beautiful lakes and mountains and evergreens. I will never forget Alison and Dan’s special day as the backdrop alone was one for the books. True love, done lakeside. I’m here for it.
Twenty-eighteen. You were a solid mix of high highs and low lows, a pattern I think I’ve finally accepted as something to expect with each year that passes. You brought me new creative experiences and took me on adventures in new cities and countries—a true highlight being my first international elopement session for Emily and Aaron in Paris, shot alongside my favorite photography partner, Amelia Moore. And on the flip side, learning that gluten was no longer my friend a month before departing to the land of pastry and baguette. C’est la vie!
I’m not sure what twenty-nineteen has in store, but I do know that I’ll be seeking more of what’s above. And that’s something to look forward to. Cheers, and happy new year!
A few more details of the true celebration that ensued after these two said “I do.” Now expecting all future weddings to include a mariachi band, please and thank you.
Anna and Matthew, looking all kinds of sophisticated for their wedding day.
A few more beachy wedding favorites in honor of the summer solstice. One month later and I’m ready to be back on island time.
Dreaming about summer and the beach while sorting through a few lovely snapshots from yet another Hilton Head wedding.
Earlier this summer, I had the pleasure of working alongside the lovely and talented Amelia Moore, photographing a breathtaking Naval Academy wedding in downtown Annapolis. It was a special experience for me as my parents were married in that very chapel. A memorable favorite was this simple moment shared between father and daughter.
And okay, one more. Because look at that couple! They were showstoppers.
I’ve been waiting quite some time to post these stunning bridal portraits of a near and dear friend. On a gorgeous fall day in South Carolina, we celebrated a two year anniversary and the joy of putting on the dress again. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; portraits taken after a wedding are surprisingly worthwhile. Christine, you are a beauty, inside and out.