1. Rain Soaked Lasting Love Portrait Session

    Unable to work with wedding photographers T&K PHOTOGRAPHY on their wedding day, Rhiannon & Christopher meet up with them just 24 hours after they were married for a portrait session.  Mother nature however, had other plans.  Weather rolled in, misty gray skies took hold, but the duo was undeterred.  The result is a wonderfully moody rain soaked portrait session featuring two very different locales.  The first, set in a dark brooding forest, gives off the most fantastic storybook vibes.  The second locale for the portrait session, was an open rolling field, which by happenstance, made for the perfect spot location once the rain rolled in.  What I truly love is how the couple embraced the torment and emotion that being caught in the rain brings, while T&K captured the most delicious stills.  Rhiannon is an emerging model with Wilhelmina Models, Chris in the Navy, both more than gritty enough to take on such dreamy rain soaked moments.

  2. Wanderlust Locales Play Host To Uniquely Cool Iceland Elopement

    Iceland is one of those magical wanderlust locales. A top travel destination, a sure bucket list item for most. So many photographers and creatives that I know actively seek out an Iceland adventure, its no surprise that Iceland elopements are all kinds of utter perfection. Didi and Nick have an adventurous spirit yet wanted a intimate day spent in a special world that felt like it was created just for them.  Teaming up with wedding photographer Your Adventure Wedding, the trio were on the hunt for the most amazing of locations.  Seeking out private off the beaten path areas for their Iceland elopement, the couple explored a stunning secret waterfall, offbeat canyons, and an incredible mountain vista locale.  The result is an Iceland elopement that is storybook perfection, filled with lush green Iceland dreams!

  3. Arkansas’s Dandy Roll Print Shop Vintage Indie Wedding

    If ever there was a love song to indie wedding seekers, this wonderful styled shoot from wedding photographer Caitlin Trickett Photography at the uniquely cool Dandy Roll print shop, just might be it.  Dandy Roll, collects and sells antique prints and maps dating back to the early 1900's.  The shop has a working printing press, and uses reclaimed barn wood to make gorgeous frames.  Taking a cue from their eclectic vintage surroundings filled of prints and poetry books, the team imagined the bride as a poet who wondered into her own wedding.  Bringing on the sense of a boho indie wedding, a sweet heart table was set near the large shop front windows, while the table was adorned with rustic nosh detailing, accented by shop prints of course!  Much like a true indie bride would be, our poet dons a simple white dress from Anthro, perfectly paired with vintage brown shoes.  There is a causal coolness to this indie wedding that is inescapable, the kind that no matter how hard you try, you simply can not replicate, it just is.  The locale is incredible, the table divine and the style.... utter indie wedding perfection.

  4. Dreamy Oregon Coast Engagement Shot On Film

    Film photography, in the right hands, is something that can evoke the most intense emotions while leaving you weak in the knees.  When wedding photographer Sarah Nichole Photography sent me this Oregon Coast Engagement session, a piece of the Katie Nicolle Photography workshop, I was immediately smitten.  For me, this hits on so many levels.  Photographically speaking, there is a gorgeous art in Sarah's choices, playfully dipping between shallow and deeper depths of field.  The magic of film bokeh is something that, to me, digital cant quit touch... its just different and wildly enchanting when executed in such a dreamy way.  Locale wise, I adore it.  Long having had a fascination with the Pacific Northwest, I can see why there is such an attraction to an Oregon Coast engagement session, or any photography session for that matter!  Jutting in and out of the rich dark volcanic rock, walking the length of the coastline, all while vibrant lush green pines stand watch in the background.  They say locale is everything, I'd say its locale plus some pretty amazing film photography that really brings it home.