Category Archives: weddings

 Nothing like walking down the isle with a rainbow on your side. This was a beautiful wedding of a beautiful couple who took the risk to exchange their vowels under a storm. The day was sunny and warm at Stone Tower Winery up in Virginia and we knew that by 4pm there would be a chance […]

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‘One must remember that at the center of any bright flame there’s always that little touch of blue’. I remember that cold weekend last year in December. The temperatures slowly dropped  from the 40s to freezing rain so I knew we had to deal with bad roads. I was a little worried but once I […]

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So happy and honored to have received this Fearless Award. There were 15000+ participants and only 89 received made it. That is so humbling to be listed on the same page with some of the best wedding photographers in the world. This wouldn’t have been possible without my awesome clients who understand the power of […]

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‘One must remember that at the center of any bright flame there’s always that little touch of blue’.   When I asked Huma to tell me  what expectations she had from me, she sent me this quote from a movie that she really loved.  She said that among capturing unguarded moments of herself and Sayeed together, […]

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Last year brought lots of amazing people in front of my camera and I enjoyed documenting and celebrating with them unions, reunions, wedding days, family milestones and days in their lives. We were also able to do a little traveling between vacation, photoshoots and workshops. I started the year by going to Portland to attend Mystic […]

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Last year I was gifted 3 poem books by Pablo Neruda, which inspired me to look into some old photos. These were taken in Alaska, Italy, Mexico, Romania, Grand Canyon, Portland and Big Sur in the last 5 years. ~Ode to the Enchanted Light~ Under the trees light has dropped from the top of the sky, light […]

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