Bethany and Mark had a quiet ceremony on the shore of Folly Beach in Charleston, South Carolina. Just the two of them as they recited their vows with the sound of the waves crashing onshore behind them. Small ceremonies like theirs remind me that the most important thing of a wedding day just the couple, their love, and their commitment to each other.
Hingework is a blank, white space that Mary and Zach were able to transform for their wedding day! These pastels during the spring popped in the white space of their venue. These two are the kindest souls and it was a pleasure to capture their big day!
This editorial shoot was inspired by three things: music, movement, & history. There is so much beauty to be found in all 3. The ballerina in me wanted to celebrate the wonder of ballet and the beautiful movement that is born when the ballerina has the freedom to move with her own creativity. Much like film photography, ballet is an art form. Both are thoughtful and evoke emotion from the viewer.
Camila and Julian, high school friends turned college sweethearts, are Florida State grads now living in Atlanta, Georgia. They flew home to Boca Raton, Florida to get married at Boca Pointe Country Club surrounded by their friends and family. They are two of the kindest people I've ever met! Their love for each other is overwhelmingly beautiful to witness and their wedding day will be one I will always remember
Sarah and NIck are high school sweethearts that left Virginia and followed their dreams to New York City. After dating for a while, they came home to Virginia to get married with all of their friends and family at Lynchburg's finest hotel, The Virginian. Their day was absolutely stunning and they were a joy to celebrate!
Erin's dress was hand-made for their New Year's Eve wedding day! Her organic bouquet mimicked their love for each other: wild and beautiful. These two are absolutely stunning and some of the kindest people I have ever meet! These lakeside images will be some that I'll never forget.