I visited the majestic state of Utah back in 2019 when I attended a family photography workshop. It was a place I had never been to and I was to share space with people I had never met (other than through the internet). Crazy, I know. But this place called me before I even set foot in it for the first time. It was like love at first sight where you suddenly want to drop everything you’re doing and run full speed towards it. Utah called my name and it took me maybe 30 seconds to have that trip booked
Makers. Gonna. Make. It’s a rare opportunity for me to shoot a solo portrait session but this session right here, this one was everything. We approached it in an “editorial slash soulful” way with the added challenge of shooting it in under 30 minutes because, y’know… sunset. Light goes away pretty fast! But I couldn’t be happier with these images and hey, if you’re ever in the South Florida area, FIRST: know that sunsets on the West coast (Naples, Sarasota, Marco Island, Punta Gorda, Ft. Myers, Captiva Island, Sanibel Island, Anna Maria Island, Tampa) –all these places get EPIC sunsets.
Say it with me: weddings should be fun! By looking at these images, would you believe me if I told you Stephanie and Daniel had no DJ? Would you believe if I said that they got rained on… and I mean RAINED ON so badly that everything they had planned out for their big celebration, for their guests, not only did it go out the window twice, but it also had to be improvised upon because the weather just wouldn’t give up. You see… this day, it’s not about a show of everything you paid for. It’s not about the
As a destination wedding and elopement photographer who prides herself on being hands-on and playing a huge part of the wedding planning process, I’d love to share with you some of the pros and cons to having a destination wedding vs. a traditional wedding. Consider the following before making the big decision on how to celebrate this new chapter in your lives. Pro: Epic views. Rad and unique photos. Saying ‘I do’ in front of the most breath-taking and unique landscapes is such an exciting experience. What better way to start this journey as newlyweds is there other than in