Last weekend, Scott and I had the pleasure of spending the weekend with Caroline, Charlie and their friends and family to celebrate their Savannah wedding. We started our coverage photographing the rehearsal dinner that was filled with heartwarming speeches and hilarious stories. After a wonderful rehearsal dinner at Garibaldi’s, we all headed to Southbound Brewery where […]

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Amanda and Mike’s Berkeley Hall wedding embraced their love of the low country. After a few thunderstorms, the skies cleared just in time for their beautiful outdoor cermeony .  Dressed in a stunning gown by Modern Trousseau of Charleston, Amanda married Mike on the grounds of the Berkley Hall Club surrounded by their friends and family. Their […]

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We are so excited to announce that Stephanie and Nathan’s Hilton Head Island wedding at the Omni was a featured wedding on The Knot this week! It was such a pleasure to work with a great group of vendors on this wedding. Check out their feature  by clicking here! Venue: THE SHOREHOUSE Wedding Coordination: SPENCER […]

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When I think of Savannah, my mind automatically envisions large oaks trees, Spanish moss, and the gentle breeze coming off the water along the marsh. When Emily mentioned wanting to capture her love for her hometown of Savannah, I knew that a trip to Wormsloe and a walk down Bluff Drive was in order. We […]

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We loved having the opportunity to meet with Lauren and Gordon while they were in Savannah before their upcoming wedding on the Isle of Hope. We started off with a walk along the oak lined avenue at the Wormsloe Historic Site followed by a trip to Lauren’s parents home, where the wedding will be taking place. […]

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A few weeks ago, Scott and I had the chance to take the trip of a lifetime. We spent a week in Cuba with famed photojournalist, Peter Turnley, documenting life in Havana. During our time in Cuba, we had some amazing opportunities to step inside and get a first hand account of their daily activities […]

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