After having so much fun on their engagement session up in Gainesville, I’d been really looking forward to the big day for Kristina and Rocco, because I expected a good time. And I wasn’t disappointed! Everything was creative and beautiful, the couple looked amazing, and there was lots of fun and love throughout the whole affair. With conditions like that, my job is easy!
It was an honor and a pleasure to be a part of your day, Kristina and Rocco–I wish you all the best!
I met up with Kasey and Brooks over in Cocoa Beach for their intimate elopement ceremony on the beach. I was a little wary about the weather as the day approached, but luck was with us and we got a gorgeous day, clear and warm. Speaking of gorgeous, Kasey made a stunning bride and the ceremony was lovely.
Kasey and Brooks, it was great to meet you, and I was thrilled to be a part of your big day! Thanks for a fun morning, and I hope the cruise was awesome!
Jenna’s an acquaintance of mine from waaaay back, so I was happy when she asked me to get together for a family session with her husband Wyatt, parents, and son Gabriel who recently turned one year of age. We met up yesterday at Fort Christmas Park, on a warm but lovely day. I have to say, I’ve worked with some adorable kids over the years, but Gabriel was a real pleasure–completely adorable, quite well-behaved, and clearly a smart cookie. And of course I think we got some great shots–it was hard to narrow down my favorites!
Thanks so much, Jenna and Wyatt–it was fun working with you and I hope we can do it again sometime!
Gainesville is outside of my usual area, but when Kristina mentioned that she and Rocco were headed that way, I thought it might be fun to meet up with them there. I’m glad I did, because we found a great location on the University of Florida campus and had a lot of fun exploring it. It’s always great to work with clients who feel free to let their goofy side out to play–after this shoot I’m really looking forward to the wedding!
It was great to meet you all–I look forward to seeing you on the wedding day!
After shooting their wedding and maternity photos, I was quite excited to meet Jenn and Jason’s newest addition, Madison! She was quite the well-behaved and utterly adorable little girl during our time together–here’s hoping that’s the norm for her!
It was great to see you guys again, and a joy to meet little Madison. Thanks again, and I’ll be looking forward to next time!
I met Maggie, Chris, and their two young boys on a hot morning at the Magic Kingdom. Maggie’s expecting their third child, and thought there was no better place to take some photos of the family and to announce the gender of #3. Naturally I am never one to disagree with a notion like that!
The big reveal!
It was great to meet you and your boys, Maggie–best of luck with the new baby girl, and I hope to see you all again on a future visit to Mickey’s house!
It’s been four years for me now with Sally and her family, and we always have a great time. Well, I sure do, anyway! It’s been really fun watching her kids change from year to year. This time around we decided to beat the summer heat by meeting up at the Gaylord Palms hotel, which is a pretty amazing place. So here’s a sneak peek!
Thanks for another fun time, Sally–I’ll be looking forward to next year!
I met up with Stacey and lots of her family at their resort in Orlando. The weather looked pretty dicey, but the rain held off just enough for us to roam the grounds a bit and make some pretty decent photos, if I do say so myself!
It was very nice to meet you all–I hope you all had a great time in Orlando, and I thank you again for making me a part of it!
I had a blast photographing Jenn and Jason’s wedding last year, so when she got in touch recently to say she was expecting their first child and wanted maternity and newborn photos, I jumped at the chance! We met up in the Central Park area of Winter Park over the weekend and had some fun roaming around and snapping photos. Well, I had fun, anyway, I hope they did too!
Thanks again, guys–I can’t wait to meet the little one!
As a child, one has that magical capacity to move among the many eras of the earth; to see the land as an animal does; to experience the sky from the perspective of a flower or a bee; to feel the earth quiver and breathe beneath us; to know a hundred different smells of mud and listen unself- consciously to the soughing of the trees.