Leah and Jackson were so ready to be married, that when I arrived they were already fully dressed and eager to start their day! Their wedding was full of sweet, genuine tears, big smiles, supportive friends and family, and just the right amount of summer heat. Having known Leah since she was a little girl, it was an honor to be there on her wedding day!
I have been racking my brain for days to come up with the best way to describe morgan & allan's wedding.
the only words I can remember so crystal clear are from their first look, when after finally seeing each other morgan just shouted, "this is exciting! this is so fun! I'm so excited!"
with smiles plastered on their faces, morgan & allan shared in this excitement with each other, with their families, and with their friends, all day long.
pure excitement. pure joy. pure bliss.
the perfect evening with these two. we started with their adorable pups along the river, Manhattan views in the background, chased the sunset by the Brooklyn Bridge, and visited EJ's first apartment -- a historic brownstone in Brooklyn!
looking forward to their Chicago wedding in October!
there are not adequate words to describe this hardworking, loving, serving, precious family. I have had the privilege of knowing them for a few years now and have watched Dave and Sara grow their household from two to four and continue to love their Chicago neighborhood diligently and intentionally.
what a joy it was to spend a morning with them!
these two have a great love for the dominican republic and you can hear it in every conversation with them. after 5 years of calling this place home, they will be returning back to the states this summer.
what a better way to celebrate their deep affection for the mountains and landscapes of jarabacoa than with some photos?
thank you danae and dan for letting me tell a small part of your dominican story!
it rained, a lot. so we woke up at dawn and the light and fog followed.
sarabeth and arturo, thank you for giving me such a dreamy morning.
when I sat down to look back on this past year's work, I was overwhelmed. overwhelmed by the sheer number of people I had the joy to work with -- the families, the babies, the couples, the seniors. every year, I am reminded of the beautiful stories to be told and feel so honored to be a part of them in a small way.
thank you to each and every one of you who stepped in front of my camera and trusted me. you make my days better.
nothing like walking away from a wedding knowing you've gained two friends. katie and sean were an absolute joy to work with, to be around, to watch marry each other with a deep and true love. I make no apologies for their long post, it was such a great day to be a part of!
and hello, their send off involved SPRINKLES.