The one word I would use to describe Danae and Don’s wedding is sweet. Everything about their love is so sweet and tender, from the way they hold hands to how they look into each other’s eyes. What started as a friendship of multiple years blossomed into something much, much more.
Grace married the love of her life years ago, but never had any bridal portraits taken. This was her second chance.
This was one of those weddings where, even though my feet were killing me from walking around with heavy camera equipment all day, I had to stay and dance at the reception because it was just so fun. Lesley and Michael’s June wedding in Staunton, Virginia was a day full of happy tears, passionate kisses, and lively dancing.
Kian wanted to travel one more time before starting his second year of medical school - he just didn’t know where. We talked about Michigan, Colorado, Yellowstone National Park. Somewhere within driving distance to cut costs. And then Kian’s brother Cameron offered to let us borrow his car for two weeks, and our minds were instantly made up: we were going to California.
From tender kisses to full-bodied laughs, these images overflow with signs of how crazy about each other Don and Danae really are.
The Dean family is featured on the cover of the June 2018 issue of the SRLiving Magazine, and it was a blast to work with them…
Our first day in Dublin just happened to be the Women’s Mini Marathon, a race in which over 41,000 women participated. Men ran in the race too, many of them dressed up as women with terrible wigs and hilarious dresses. After the race, the pubs were full with…
I couldn't wait to meet with James and Sabina at Portland's Eastern Promenade for their engagement photo session. To say I was excited is an understatement! It may have had something to do with the fact that…
Andrea and Will are a wonderful balance of sweet and silly. During their engagement session, I floated in and out of their banter. One moment I would be laughing and joking along with them, and the next I'd be observing their love in quiet awe.
My favorite thing about photographing Natalie was how her gorgeous gray-green eyes switched color with practically each change of scenery. Some people's eyes just have that effect, and it is a treat for a photographer.