A Cinemgraph starring editor, Lauren Grove

posted on: Wednesday, December 18, 2013


Lauren Grove is the talented and visionary editor of the national wedding inspiration blog, Every Last Detail. She asked me to spend the morning with her capturing her day behind the scenes. I asked her to make some cinemagraph magic. 

Ben and Chelsea and Their Party of 8...

posted on: Friday, December 6, 2013

This wedding took me so long to edit because I kept crying while going through the photos. I'm not sure we've ever been invited into a wedding the way we were this day. Ben and Chelsea just get what it is all about and getting to see that was one of the most beautiful things we've ever experienced. I'll share more soon, promise. Till then...

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The Gerke Family At Home...

posted on: Thursday, December 5, 2013

I spent a morning at the home of the Gerke family, who let me document this special day in their son's story. On this day they built his crib and he slept in it for the first time. For those of you with kids, you know special a moment that can be...
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A Thousand Words | 002

posted on: Wednesday, December 4, 2013

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St. Augustine Nights of Lights in Cinemgraphs...

Every year during the holidays, St. Augustine puts up over 3 million twinkling lights over the downtown area of the city. For Becka's birthday she wanted to go see them. So we did...

Clarity taking its leave of you, and other dreamy moments...

posted on: Monday, December 2, 2013

Winter Park Azeala Park Wedding Elopement "So much is clarity 
 Taking its leave of you 
As if you were on fire within 

 The moon lives in the lining of your skin." 

-Pablo Neruda