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    This blog is no longer active but it is a great chronicle through my initial first few years as a photographer. The blog started while I was at photography school in Massachusetts, covers my time working in Florida and Georgia, and chronicles our recent 6 month adventure working with orphans in Thailand. Thanks for visiting!

Monthly Archives: May 2011

It doesn’t matter how or when – Tybee Island Wedding

My blog is reallly full of beach photos at the moment, but I can’t resist posting some from another recent Tybee Island Wedding! This was a true elopement celebration; just the lovebirds, the officiant, and me! These two have only known each other for several months but they are ecstatically planning the rest of their lives together. They are completely 110% unabashedly in love. They laugh and kiss as much as possible. They focus on what matters, holding each other up. I was reminded of the importance of an open heart and an open mind. If invited, love will enter your life, and it doesn’t matter how or when.

I spent the past week traveling through the Carolinas having some amazing adventures with my fiance. I’ll share some photographs from our travels later on! I rolled back into Savannah in time for a fun weekend of shooting in the heat. Wedding season in the South has certainly warmed up and sped up for the summer!

Reveling in Grace – Tybee Island Wedding

Tybee Island Wedding plans, coordinates and performs perfect weddings and elopements. Its an honor to be the photographer for some of their beautiful and wonderfully relaxed beach celebrations. This sunny, morning elopement last week was no exception!

S+E seem to know that no matter how complicated life can be, they will be just fine walking through hand-in-hand. This gentleman fully realizes what a beautiful bride he has, a true Southern Belle. The two are so proud and sweetly appreciative of one another; in every frame they seem to be reveling in the grace that brought them together. I think we could all use some more time spent reveling in grace.