Reliving the wedding day

So, you may have noticed the blog to be a little more than quiet lately.

As much as I love to share the memories of my amazing couples with you, my priority is to my couples first. With that said, 2013 has been quite the year. Between getting married myself, and working with my amazing couples, it has been quite a ride, and a tiring one at that.

Those of you who know me, know that I have a pretty strict production schedule. This schedule requires that I work pretty hard in order to deliver quality images and memories to my couples in a timely manner. Let me digress a little. When I use GPS to get to a my destination it will show an ETA. As unreasonable and unrealistic as it may be, my mind defaults to thinking, I am going to beat that ETA.

Similarly, it is my goal to deliver my work earlier than expected. It is super tiring and challenging, but my couples… amazing couples always am remind me how rewarding the whole experience is. The past couple of weeks, I have been delivering albums and images to my couples and it is so amazing to watch them look through and relive their wedding day through my eyes. Some laugh, some cry as they go through the story of their wedding celebration and I am so grateful that they let me be a part of it.

There is a quote from a photographer whom I look up to. He said:

“You are only as good as your clients.”

I find this to be so true on so many levels. I can spend countless hours refining my craft with the latest tech and gear, but if my couples don’t let me into their lives and share with me their intimate moments, there is simply no point in trying to document their story.

I am so grateful for all of my past and present couples, thank you so much for letting me be a part of you.

Now, because blog posts are no fun with no images, here are so images from recent meetings with my couples.


I got to meet Shelley and Justin on the site of their new home. It was so nice to be given the grand tour and to see their vision come take shape. BlogRET_DSCF5152BlogRET_DSCF5148BlogRET_DSCF5155b

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