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I dig couples who are quirky, eclectic and unconventional, probably because I carry that vibe as well. It is important to celebrate who you are individually and as a couple. If that looks like zombies and comic books, bring it on! If that looks like marching down the street to your very own saxophone player, freakin sweet! Whatever brings out your best—most authentic self is what I'll encourage you to do. And don't worry I'll be at your Charleston wedding capturing all of your awkward grins, the stolen glances, and the shy smiles...and I'll write about it all here.  

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Historic Rice Mill weddings are some of my favorites! Over the past few years, I’ve had the absolute pleasure of photographing many weddings at the Historic Rice Mill in Charleston. It’s truly becoming my favorite venue for so many reasons. I’ll first start with just how simply gorgeous the place is. If you like old […]

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Where does one even begin with this Island House wedding and gorgeous couple? In fact, I don’t even know why it’s taken me so long to get this blog post published. This wedding was too good not to share. Jade approached me about their Charleston wedding at the Island House with over a year’s notice […]

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Magnolia Plantation weddings never disappoint. I get excited when I see that I get to photograph a wedding at any of Charleston’s picturesque plantations, but I was particularly thrilled about this one because Magnolia has so many backdrops for photos. Charleston is full of beauty and this city’s historic plantations are just perfect for southern […]

I have a charming Charleston wedding to share with you today.  I first met Joseph (the groom and super cool dude) through a friend named Steve who has a great audio visual company called Fox Audio Visual.  Joseph happens to work with Steve at Fox. (Sidenote: if you ever need any kind of sound equipment, […]

Life can be funny sometimes. I found myself at the lovely age of somewhere around 32 with a mom that was single and thinking she might be interested in dating again. Talk about role reversal. It’s like I knew immediately how she must have felt the second I started dating or wanted to. I was excited for […]


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