One of the most important things to me as a wedding photographer is capturing moments and emotion. Over anything else. Over details, over set ups and decor, all I’m striving to do and the work I feel the most proud of, is the work that makes you feel something or makes you feel like a moment that has been frozen that you can’t get back. Something that will make you look back and feel exactly the way you did in that photo. I’m so very proud of this wedding. There are many moments, because of these..
I’m just going to apologize in advance for how many photos are in this post. I couldn’t narrow them down, I love them all so much. This session was just one of those out of body kind of sessions, I got home that night and was like.. what just happened. It was a dream and these two and their love were so fun to photograph. Em and Greg were celebrating their 10 year anniversary and..
Back when I first started out with photography, Sam and Peter had contacted me about doing an editorial shoot for her fashion blog The Eye Travels. I was totally down and slightly nervous because I was still so new in the game. She then mentioned that she wanted to do nighttime photos on the beach, in complete darkness. At first I was like..
Holy moly this kind of love. It’s so genuine and true and so so wonderful. We had the best day on St. Thomas at Sand Dollar Estate where they had their first look on the beach, and Alex proceeded to sing to Jess with his ukulele right afterwards. They then had their ceremony on the beach right where they were..
You Guys. This was the best day ever. Ange and Ben were here visiting and basically deciding if they wanted to make the big move down to St. John from New York. St. John sucked them in like it has for all of us here, and they decided to make the big move. The day of this shoot, they had just signed a lease on their first ..