Tag Archives: Destination Wedding Photographer

Katie & Harley’s Grandview Wedding

The weather couldn’t have been more perfect, the couple couldn’t have been better suited for each other, and weddings at Grandview on Lookout Mountain are always incredible. Katie and her father had a sweet and emotional first look on the landing at Grandview. I love when brides have a first look with their fathers, it’s […]

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Wedding Planning Tips: Finding a Venue . Metro Atlanta Area . Atlanta Wedding Photographers

Finding the perfect venue is one of the most difficult tasks when planning your wedding. What’s your style? How do you want your wedding to look? Do you want to go with a theme (vintage, industrial, modern, urban, rustic, country, simple, elegant, etc…)? What kind of experience do you want for your guests? For yourself? […]

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Matt & Hillary’s Jekyll Island Wedding . Destination Wedding Photographer

In the past year I think I’ve photographed more destination or out of town weddings than I have photographed weddings at home. I love them. I love the challenge of a new location, the change of scenery. Matt & Hillary are from Chattanooga. They decided to get married on Driftwood Beach in Jekyll Island, GA. […]

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Pocket Wizard Video + Hillary’s Bridal Session outside of Las Vegas . Destination Wedding Photographer

Hillary’s bridal session was quite unlike any other bridal session well, ever… Hillary is a photographer herself and had booked me to photograph her wedding on Jekyll Island. She was also planning to attend WPPI (the worlds largest Wedding and Portrait Photography Seminar) in Las Vegas just a month before her wedding. I speak and […]

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Karen and Frederico’s Gorgeous Wedding at The Grandview on Lookout Mountain . Chattanooga Wedding Photographer

Karen & Frederico’s Wedding was very unique for me as it was the first wedding I’ve ever photographed where I didn’t speak the same language (Portuguese) as my Bride and Groom. They came to Chattanooga from Brazil for their destination wedding at The Grandview on Lookout Mountain. Since they both speak little English I didn’t […]

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Lindy and Michael’s Fairyland Club Wedding . Georgia Wedding Photographer . Chattanooga Wedding Photographer

I’ve made a promise to myself to try to blog more regularly. So, I’m starting with Michael and Lindy’s wedding at the Fairyland Club on Lookout Mountain. The Fairyland Club is located just a few miles from Rock City on Lookout Mountain right outside of Chattanooga, TN. I must admit that it is one of […]

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Sessions available in NYC, Hawaii, Atlanta, and Chattanooga

Spring is here and my calendar is nearly filled with shoots for so many wonderful clients. I do have a few dates still available for sessions (engagement, after-session, bridal, family, individual, senior, whatever you’d like!) and I do have some availability in locations that I’m traveling to for other jobs. Below is a list of […]

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Hope . Blog Carousel . Dedicated to my dear friend, Jen Burgess Thompson

In an effort to force myself to blog more often and to share the work of some of my wonderful colleagues I invite you to view our blog carousel. It is a network of blogs belonging to some truly incredible photographers where we choose a monthly theme and all post based on that theme, it’s […]

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Love and Passion . Blog Carousel

In an effort to force myself to blog more often and to share the work of some of my wonderful colleagues I invite you to view our blog carousel. It is a network of blogs belonging to some truly incredible photographers where we choose a monthly theme and all post based on that theme, it’s […]

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Paestum, Campagnia, Italia – Italy: Courtney & David . Destination Wedding Photographer

At the end of January I flew to Italy to photograph an after-session for one of my most favorite wedding couples. We originally planned to photograph the session on the Island of Capri but the weather was awful (as you can see from the clouds) and the ferry wasn’t running to Capri and it was […]

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