Ryan + Lexi: Romantic Charleston, SC Wedding
Old World romance meets classic rustic charm in this perfect coastal spring wedding! Thoughtful details made this day extra special and unique to the sweet couple.
Matthew + Kerrigan: ENgagement
Client tips and tricks: dressing for the camera
Does the thought of selecting your outfits for photos stress you out more than the thought of the actual session? This short blog is designed to set you on the right path from the start!
Check out Kerrigan and Matthew's glowing, mountaintop engagement session!
When Nadia and Brian hired me for their Charleston wedding next summer, it felt like a dream. When I finally got to meet them last weekend, I knew it was a dream! These two, and their sweet Otis, are so sweet and genuine. After a few weeks of working around weather and the tail end […]
2019 has been a year of surprises, blessings, learning and lots of hard work. I met some huge goals in my business and made some even bigger ones. I’ve worked with some of THE most AMAZING clients, vendor teams, venues and friends! I’ve branched out of comfort zones to get where I wanted to go […]
Nancy came bursting into my life at a time when I needed her vibrant, radiant friendship the most. What started out as two relative strangers taking horse back riding lessons together my Junior year of high school, quickly turned into a friendship that has lasted well over a decade. It’s hard to remember a time […]
I’ve come to realize that I deal best with my own stress by staying busy. Sometimes, ridiculously busy! In the months before my own wedding, I filled my schedule up as much as possible and that included photographing as much as possible. Once the big day was over, we had recovered and the dust settled, […]
I love weddings! Really, LOVE them! I love attending them, I love photographing them, I loved my own wedding. Well. I loved my wedding DAY. I did not love the planning process. Thank goodness it’s a once in a lifetime thing because I NEVER want to plan my own wedding again. And while I was […]
My mother has somehow made dark, wood paneled walls in her living room look good. It’s one of the few things she hasn’t changed in the nearly 22 years that she has owned the house. That and the floor to ceiling, built in bookshelves that have been filled full over the years of random books […]