true lifestyle

One of my favorite parts of photographing weddings is the time I spend alone with my couples.  While I take a natural approach with my photography, I do help pose our couples — I will squeeze in there by your groom (with my bride’s permission of course!), and I’ll mimic a mirror pose from behind my camera.  But, let’s face it…the best moments (and pictures!) happen naturally.  Whether its a quiet minute we photograph from far away after you say your “I do!”s or the joy you simply can’t contain, Adam and I are always looking to capture the in-between.

While preparing for 2014, I’m looking at the past season and remembering the in-between.  For my current brides and all the potential brides out there, know that in the midst of all the never-ending guest list, the multiple venue appointments, the thousandth dress you’ve tried on, and the severe hot glue gun burns…there are moments like this to look forward to.

These moments that make it all worth it.

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our fabulous equipment capturing a moment alone after the ceremony.


when the cuties can’t be ignored!


husbands taking their new role to another level: hair care!


you know its a fun time when your man gets to wear his shades and display his strength!

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and this.<3

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