I can not emphasize enough how important it is to work with a photographer who will get you family heirlooms for your home. What I mean by this is someone who will take the time to sit with you, go over the photographs with you, look at your home, decide if an album is better, decide if a framed gallery wall is better, decide if you’re someone who really is better suited for digital files, etc. I am 100% of the mind that photographs should get off of your computer and onto your walls. I also work with my clients to make sure that’s what’s going to be the best fit for them.Read More
I get a lot of couples that don’t really understand why engagement sessions are important or if it’s something they really need to do. I want to use this space to go over some simple reasons as to why engagement sessions are a wonderful addition to your wedding collection.
Click to read the reasons I believe engagement sessions are vital.Read More
When Caroline, of Moonstruck Florals, reached out to me about doing a styled boudoir session in her studio, it was a definite “YES” from me. I wanted Caroline to have full control of the aesthetic of this shoot. This was my first boudoir styled shoot and I wanted to capture what someone else created. It’s so incredible to work with other creatives and not interrupt their process. My voice was going to be in the photography aspect, I wanted Caroline’s voice to really shine in the rest of the shoot.Read More
The Addison is one of those venues where it looks like you are in another part of the world. I love venues where the couple can get ready, have the ceremony, and then the reception all in one place. It makes the day so much smoother and more convenient for everyone involved. Kate and Anthony had such a lovely outdoor ceremony, followed by a reception FULL of dancing, live music, and so much fun. Couples like this keep me loving what I do!Read More
I was just talking to another photographer about why we prefer, and pretty much insist, on photographing in our client’s homes. We were discussing how it forces you out of your comfort zone. You have no idea how light will fall and at what time. You don’t know which space will be your favorite or create a reaction in your veins. Having a studio space has it’s own pros, but it can start to become repetitive. The last thing I want is for the work that I’m creating for these women to become second nature.Read More