When it rains on your wedding day, you might as well embrace it! These two are dream clients. Not only are they adorable and so in love, they are kind and laid back and wanted their family and friends to be the focal point of their celebration. Rain didn’t seem to damper their excitement one bit. It poured during their ceremony, luckily we had moved it inside. We got to hear the pitter-patter of the rain on the roof as they said their vows, and it was a beautiful sound. Thank you @david.delmore & @lynsey2450 for trusting me with documenting your day!
Excited to photograph Lynsey and David’s wedding this Saturday at @oysterridge
Warning, about to get really personal over here. It is easy, in my profession, to take for granted the power a portrait of a loved one can have. Ironic, as I strive and consider it a great honor to capture photos for my clients in this way. I sometimes forget to take photos of MY loved ones. I took these photos nine years ago while I was at Brooks Institute of photography. The assignment was actually named “portrait of a loved one”. We had to do a portrait without showing their face. I immediately thought of my nana. I have so many sweet memories of holding her (ring bedazzled) hands. My nana passed away today. She was sugar and spice and everything fun and nice. To her very last day she was spunky as can be and has left a legacy of family who love her unconditionally. She made me feel heard and understood in a way few people ever have. She is the reason for so much of who I am. I will be forever grateful for her. Still having a hard time processing a life without her in it. ✨ Take photos of your loved ones. Print them. They’re important. ✨
Meowy Christmas everyone! 🎄✨
Fall is a crazy and wonderful time for wedding photographers. It’s full of weddings, Client meetings, and engagment sessions. I’ve been loving spending time with my 2019 clients the past few months at their engagment sessions.