A creative scrapbook
Trying a new technique, a new medium or working with vendors who push me to capture life in a different way — each project brings a new set of challenges that I celebrate. Not only does my editorial work improve my wedding work, it inspires my clients to seek original images.
I collaborate with vendors from around the Southeast so we can exercise our technical muscles and achieve imaginative concepts.
There's nothing more thrilling than feeling uncomfortable.
We used two backdrops and window light to create this effortless glam editorial look. Shot on film and digital.
FILM LAB: @indiefilmlab
Ralph Lauren Fall catalog
With stunning colors and clean backdrops, we created two distinct looks for naturally beautiful portraits.
FILM LAB: @richardphotoLAB
An homage to the crying American prom queen (i.e. Carrie, Courtney Love, Olivia Rodrigo) with 1940's glamour lighting.
The hair and makeup was inspired by "bodega-chic" Latina idols from the 90's and today. Shot on film and digital.
Moody watercolor with floral makeup. For the free-spirited bride.
I used mixed film and digital with window light to create a soft look.
models: @emmalabbe, @NAOMINICOLEMUSIC
gowns: @kellyscloset @HALFPENNYLONDON
A modern take on the traditional bridal portrait. Three distinct looks to represent three distinct women.
I used direct sunlight to create stunning, contrasted portraits. I usually shy away from harsh light on wedding days so it was fun to pose the models in a way that would highlight their makeup and bone structure.
models: @_shanicerenee_, @myanoire, @rsmp_beck