There is definitely something special—and important—to experiencing other cultures, communities, and traditions. I think encountering lifestyles different from your own in general life is significant in order to be a well-rounded person, be a kind and empathetic person, and see others’ point of view. Respecting and seeing people different than you, is one reason traveling the world is so important. Part of that experience and discovery carries over into why I love destination weddings.
If you have pampered yourself to an empowering photo session before or if you are still thinking of booking, seeing your portraits revealing the bombshell you are is a significant part of the boudoir experience. So how do you decide whether or not to print your photos in black and white or color?
When Matt and Sarah first approached me looking to hire a wedding photographer, I was over the moon – they’re deeply in love, easy going, they love animals, being outside, and they knew exactly what they were looking for when it came to their wedding day. When we met over tea, coffee, and smoothies, it […]
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Mike and Brittney got married at her family’s movie theater in Hartford, Wisconsin. The bride got ready in one theater, the groom in another. Their ceremony was held in a third theater with a stage and room for their guests to witness their handwritten vows to each other.