Lauren and Mike were wed in a beautiful wooden church and had their reception at a lovely boutique hotel. I love photographing the informal moments before the wedding. It’s a blend of excitement, jitters and quiet time with closest friends and family. Cheers Lauren and Mike!
As a portrait photographer my goal is to give you a collection of beautiful images that you want to frame and showcase around your house. Each shoot is a small piece of your story. And it’s so much better to grow your story, your collection, carefully over time. I love visiting a client’s house and… Continue reading Atlanta Portrait Photographer: Sophie’s Place
I think he likes me. Or maybe it’s the camera that he finds intriguing. In any case, I was happy to spend some time photographing this sweet little being. I love his expressiveness, his hand gestures, and what looks like a smoking jacket in the last photograph. Congratulations Nanna, on your best work yet!
Ione and Miles are a couple of years apart and this is the first time I have photographed them together. I photographed Ione before Miles was in the picture. Being a big sister is a really good gig.
Max, Jake, and Danny were born as a trio. (And I thought being a twin was super cool!) They celebrated their B’nai Mitzvah together and naturally, the theme was famous groups of three. Mom and dad decorated each table with the likes of Snap, Crackle and Pop, The Bee Gees, The Jonas Brothers and the… Continue reading Atlanta Bar Mitzvah Photographer: Three is Not a Crowd
I have been shooting mitzvah’s for a few years and find them so celebratory and FUN! The kids run around with their friends and are entertained with dancers and games and the adults have a great meal and are soon enough on the dance floor themselves. There is a candidness and a lightness to these… Continue reading Atlanta Bar Mitzvah Photographer: Tyler’s Time to Shine
Christine and Joe live under big city lights in NYC but decided to marry under the aromatic pines in New Hampshire. Their friends traveled in for the weekend, pitched tents and celebrated around camp fires, dips in the lake, and with meals around picnic tables. Wedding days go by fast and require so much effort… Continue reading Charmed at Camp Starfish
For Memorial Day Weekend I joined my friend Brian and his family in Edisto Beach (pronounced eddy-stow), South Carolina. It rained mostly, so we played a lot of Rock Band, but we had a few walks on the beach. I could stare at the sea all day. Also, cute dog and beautiful flowers.
Caitlin and Adam married last summer in Boston. They are such a good looking couple. We took photos on the golf course just as the sun was setting and everything was aglow. Congratulations Adam and Caitlin!
Fred and Regina met at Dartmouth and now live in Brooklyn. After dating nearly 10 years they decided to get married at Rollins Chapel on the quad and celebrate at the Dartmouth Outing Club, the DOC as it’s known. We spent time doing a first look behind the Hood Museum of Art and pictures of… Continue reading A Smart Summer Wedding at Dartmouth