From the time I was 7 or 8 i have always loved the way golden hour looked. although it wouldn't have been until 10 years later that i even knew the hour before sunset held a name.
i live for fun adventures with my camera in hand and my family by my side. i found a passion for professional photography after photographing friends while traveling in ireland in 2015. now, 4 years later, i live to document the hundreds of little moments for both myself and other people that are treasured and looked back on.
Samantha, lead photographer
Despite being a photographer, the things that inspire me the most in the world are moments that can’t easily be captured in a photograph. Maybe that’s why I am drawn so much to photography – it’s a never-ending journey at an attempt of capturing these quick little moments and feelings that we all experience but can’t really describe.
I find the art of capturing the energy of an engagement session or wedding day very natural to me. I love string lit dinner parties, eucalyptus arrangements and all of those incredible, "you may now kiss the bride" photos But what I’m really in love with is capturing the relationships, moments and feelings from a couple. The energy of the celebration that will one day – 10, 20 or 30 years from now – come rushing back as you look at your photos.
A few facts about me
-- My husband taught me everything about photography
-- Our dog is names Pixel ("how appropriate!" everyone says)
--I enjoy photography so much I usually direct and shoot my personal sets
--I am a 50/50 toss-up between loving to be/ shoot in city streets and the countryside
-- when I don't have a camera to my face I'm usually reading or outside
-- i'm a sucker for the details of weddings and events
--my whole family lives in the same small town
--I could eat breakfast for dinner every day
Gary, photographer / cinematographer
Gary has been a cinematographer for over 10 years and has worked professionally in Los Angeles, Orlando and Boston. He doubles as a second shoot photographer, licensed drone operator and cinematographer. If you would like one or more of these services for your event they are available upon request.
Q & A
How many photos do we get and how long does it take?
There is no set quantity of images but for most weddings you will end up with about 700+ digital images unless it is a smaller wedding with half day coverage. typical engagement sessions will receive about 80 images.
for weddings, Allow 3 -4 weeks to get your photos, sometimes sooner but never longer than 4 weeks. Engagement photos will be ready to view within 5-10 days.