Twenty Sixth Collection
Chelsea and Patrick picked Atlanta’s Swan House for its Southern charm and natural beauty for their engagement session. You might remember this luxurious mansion as "President Snow's Mansion" in The Hunger Games. And this moment in time is now a "Wedisson Award Winner!" Thank you!
Laura & Tom's first dance was an intimate affair. As their friends and family formed a tight circle around the newly wed couple, floorspace turned into a premium. Thinking quickly I setup 2 flashes and ran to a balcony where I took this picture. The framing was perfect and you can almost make out the framing of a heart.
This photo was taken during the wedding reception, Emma made sure I kept an eye on the time for a sunset shot but I could never have planned that the clouds would roll out like this. I was across the pond with a herd of their guests on the left side trying to take photos but it turned out beautifully!
The thing that makes this image for me is their reaction which happened because they were being teased by a guest and could barely keep a straight face. It worked out well though and it goes to show that you should always persevere in more challenging situations.
In the meetings before the wedding with this lovely couple we had discussed the couple shoot. Their planning was pretty tight so it was hard to find a nice location that was nearby that would give us some time to get some great shots.
The morning of the wedding I got a call from the bride if I could come earlier, that way they could have a proper couples session. She was a real trooper, in order to get this shot we had to walk through the woods a little and climb a fence cause her wedding dress wouldn't fit through the gate.
I knew this spot in the woods where were lots of fearns and they loved the idea of this shot. They got in there and it resulted in this awesome image!
This was taken at a stunning venue in Hampshire called Rivervale Barn. The bride and groom took a wander around the gardens and I snapped this from the other side of the lake just as they stopped for a kiss. They are so love and were an absolute dream to photograph!
There were so many beautiful and emotive moments between Sarah and her Parents on her wedding morning. Her Parents waited at the foot of the stairs as Sarah came down a long staircase in her dress. I loved that her Parents had hung that mirror in that particular place years before this day but not knowing that the placement of the mirror meant that I could get both Sarah and her Parents all in the same shot. I love how proud they look as they saw their Daughter in her wedding dress for the first time.
Having a one year old Daughter myself I've become even more fascinated with the relationship between the Bride and her Father at weddings. One day I'll hopefully be seeing Rose in her wedding dress and walking her down the aisle. Sarah's Dad started to cry as he saw Sarah in her dress and these kinds of moments really tell the story of a wedding day.
One of the most magestic times to do wedding portraits in London is in the middle of the night! We came upon the iconic red bus parked along the road. The bus driver was taking a short break and offered to let us get some shots inside the bus. I loved the adventurous spirit of this couple. They were along for the ride on all of my crazy suggestions as we walked the streets of London, and boy, am I crazy! Serious props to Giorgini and Allesandro! May your life be full of romantic adventures! Thanks for allowing me to document your amazing love!
Outside of San Antonio there is a gorgeous country club owned by George Strait. The entire place is top notch. As we were wandering around taking photos, we came upon these steps that looked like they led straight to heaven. This fabulous couple only made the whole scene twice as amazing.
Couple Name :- Hemin & Sefali
This picture is Capture At the Best Moment in Sunset. The Climate is so Windy,
The Couple Was also so Co-opreative to Give Us This Bestest Shot. This Time Is Thinking To Do Something Creative,
I thought to do this as best. Cloudy and Sunset Shine Picture.
We were out on a gorgeous day in Hoboken with Nick & Bridget. This was the last shot of the day as we walked out of the city. This photo was taken right outside of the train station where the taxi's line up waiting for passengers. Between the taxi's, the cobblestone street, the buildings and the gorgeous light this photo encompasses all that they love about the city.
Love is color. It lives in it, reflecting back emotions.
My staff and I love to play with light. We bought a light painting LED stick, and during the reception, while all the guests were dancing, we found an unused dark very dark room in the villa - we literally dragged the couple with us to be able to do this shot, and with them, we tried multiple times with different lights and different compositions. We had so much fun! Daniela e Alessandro, thank you so much for allowing us to tell your happy wedding story and play with light and color with us!