As an internationally published luxury wedding photographer, I find great joy in creating and capturing connection and beauty wherever I go.
Carolyn & Bob’s whimsical Martha’s Vineyard wedding was recently featured over on Ruffled. They planned a colorful and coastal chic celebration for all of their guests visiting this beautiful island off the coast of Massachusetts. My favorite detail was their bubbly grand exit from the Old Whaling Church. From their al fresco cocktail hour to […]
A few of my favorite Martha’s Vineyard travel prints during my recent getaway. From the Edgartown lighthouse to the blooming hydrangea. You can now purchase these images and more in my online print shop. If you enjoyed my Martha’s Vineyard travel photos, take a peek at my Venice travel prints here.
After 11 years, Liza and AJ celebrated their Edgartown Yacht Club Wedding. Not a pandemic nor a Memorial Day weekend nor’easter could stop them from being with friends and family. Their day was full of romantic coastal details and a beautiful spring palette of blue, white and pops of greenery. A whimsical watercolor illustration of […]
I am so excited to finally share with you, Elke and Matt’s intimate Captain Morse House Wedding! Like most couples in 2020 who were planning a wedding, these two were forced to pivot and postpone to 2021. With Elke graduating Med School in the Spring (and now moving across the country!), they couldn’t wait until […]
Tnisha + Stan exchanged vows during an intimate Martha’s Vineyard backyard wedding this past September. Like many brides in 2020, this wasn’t their original plan. However, when Tnisha discovered that her grandmother got married at the very same family home in 1947, it felt like it was almost meant to be! September 26 was a […]
Emily + Lucas exchanged vows during an intimate micro-wedding with family on Nantucket this September. Despite it not being their original wedding location or date, it was the most perfect fairytale day. It felt like plan B was always meant to be. When I arrived on Nantucket that morning, I knew it was going to […]