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Holly Hedge Estate Wedding Photographer – Jessica & Kyle

Moments before they began their vows, the rain just started pouring down. I could see the look of worry and fear in her

Charleston Getaway – Charleston Film Photographer

Last month, I was in Charleston for just about as many days as I was in Pennsylvania and I was SO okay with it! Some

Moonstone Manor Wedding – Kim & Eddie

This wedding made me want to only shoot Mexican weddings! That does not sound very politically correct but

Farm at Eagles Ridge Wedding Photographer – Bryson & Katelynn

Mother nature was finally kind to us. This couple deserved a breezy, sunny, mild spring day. Their giddyness was

Girlie Spring Senior Team Meet Up

All of my 2016 senior girls are getting ready for prom and finals and graduation and it’s CRAZY! We got together

Hershey Country Club & Founders Hall Wedding Photographer

It has been raining a lot lately. His mother walked up to me the day of the wedding and mentioned that the

Hershey Engagement Session – Joy & Javan

These two are some of the most genuine, unassuming people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. They are getting

Big Spring High School Senior Photographer

I love a girl that is much more than just a pretty face. Sassy, talented, classy, funny this one is. Meet Juvy.

Downtown Historic Charleston Engagement

SO excited for their Magnolia Plantation wedding next spring. For now, enjoy their Charleston historic district

New Zealand Recap – The Great Photo Escape

It’s been about 3 months since I went to New Zealand and I have yet to blog about it! Totally not like me! However,

Organic, Moody Beach Elopement Inspiration in Charleston, South Carolina

Our windy, rainy day, organic Botany Bay elopement editorial at Edisto Beach is being featured on Burnett’s

Piha Beach, New Zealand Styled Engagement Session

In January, I went on The Great Photo Escape to New Zealand with a group of fellow photographers. I know, January was a