One of the best parts of my job is my title of story-teller. This blog serves as a culmination of all of my favorite things and introduces you to my incredible clients. Pop below for all the ways I combine my love for moments, new experiences, date nights with Andrew, and sitting down over wine with clients to hear about what matters to them most... all while juggling motherhood and the latest Tuckernuck drop.
I didn’t think that I could ever love a hunting and fishing boat as much as I do now… Kaitlyn & Joe absolutely nailed their session. With margaritas in hand, Kaitlyn & Joe wandered around her parents property telling me the story of how they got engaged. It was a March day and Joe was […]
Wow, you guys! The Caltabiano family and I go way back. I photographed their wedding back in 2015, then photographed them again when their first daughter, Mila, was born.. and NOW I’ve gotten to photograph their newest little joy, Frankie! I can’t tell you how much it means to me when clients reach out again […]
Six months. Six months ago, Holland came into our world and our lives have never been the same. I can’t believe that we are halfway into this unexpected journey already. Six months in. Six months that feels like a lifetime, and yet like there is a lifetime to go. Every day is a gift with her in our lives…
Katie & Josh, your wedding was perfect. When I think about your wedding, I think about the speeches, the way that Josh lost it when KP came down the aisle (wait until you see those photos!), the sweet, beautiful family portraits we took, and the precious words everyone spoke over you two. Love. I can’t wait to share these photos with you all!
On a gorgeous, sunny day on the second weekend of June, Katie & Curtis were wed on the lawn of Oak Ridge Estate near Charlottesville, Virginia. When Andrew and I pulled up the morning of their wedding to the estate, we could not help but drop our jaws at the sight of this incredible home! The views of the mountains were incredible, and the home was amazing. There was a huge garden in the back. I imagine that when it was someone’s home long ago, many days were spent wandering the gardens.
My favorite film images from a trip to New York City, August 2017
Scans by Richard Photo Lab, Fuji 400H, Pentax 645N
We started in Central Park at the Loeb Boathouse, traveled to Bow Bridge, hopped in an Uber and found ourselves in the Seaport District, and finally ended up in their neighborhood of East Village! We ended the shoot at their favorite spot where they get Prossecco on Tap… and people wonder why I want to live in New York!