You might have heard me talk about “documentary style” family or wedding photos. Maybe you have seen some of my work and noticed it is different than most other family photo sessions you have seen, or maybe the family photos you already have of your own family. But what does that mean exactly, ‘documentary style’, or ‘photojournalistic’ family photos? And why is it so good for you?
One year ago today, Dani and Evan gathered loved ones and picked out several great spots in the city to say YES to each other and celebrate love.
Happy anniversary, you guys. I love you!
Ashley and Bryan live in NYC but were planning this fun, exciting, beautiful and untraditional wedding party that wasn’t actually a wedding. No ceremony on this day they had planned in New Orleans, but a great celebration of love, and their best friends and close family members to join in on the fun, the music, the love.
LaVonne and John’s elopement wedding in New Orleans City Park.
A wedding ceremony underneath the Tree of LIfe on one of the first days of the new year. This was a true New Orleans celebration for Leslie and Simo.
Cynthia called me a week before Christmas. She had realized she had many reasons all at once to find a photographer. At the same time she had so much going on, and with 2 young children and another one on the way.
Troy and Alyssa got married in Madisonville. And it was beyong magical. All the love, lots of happy tears, great friends, loving families and even a yacht were involved!