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Bridget & David’s Washington Oaks Engagement Session | Jacksonville Wedding Photographer

I have had the pleasure of knowing Bridget for years now. What started as my love for the food of her work place grew into a sweet acquaintanceship and now, I get to shoot her wedding! I’m so very thrilled that Bridget and David chose me as their Wedding photographer. And I love how in […]

March 6, 2017

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Cassie & Blake Train Themed Maternity | Jacksonville Maternity Photographer

I had the privilege of shooting Cassie and Blake’s wedding a few years ago, and was thrilled to hear about their upcoming new arrival! When Cassie contacted me about doing their maternity and newborn photos, we knew we had to come up with a fun plan to incorporate trains. Blake works for CSX, so it […]

March 5, 2017

Couples, Maternity

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6 Simple Tips on Choosing Your Wedding Photographer

Weddings are a really big deal… I rephrase your wedding is a really big freaking deal!!! If time is money. Calculate not only the money you spend on your wedding but time you put into it….. wait on second thought, don’t do that, you don’t want to know! Some things are better left unknown!!! But, […]

January 16, 2017

Tips & Tricks, Weddings

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Jules & Tradd’s English Tea Pic Nic | Washington Oaks Engagment Photographer

Sometimes you get an idea in your head for a session, then you find the perfect couple to make the vision come true!

October 1, 2016

Engagements

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Sheila & Eric | Losco Park Engagement Session | Jacksonville Wedding Photographer

Sheila and Eric are such a sweet couple! We met up the other day between storm clouds for a nice quick engagement session!  

April 17, 2016

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Danica’s Very Berry Birthday | Alpine Groves | Jacksonville FL First Birthday Photographer

I’ve been posting about the cutie pie Danica’s watch me grow package and we finally got around to her first birthday! Liz had a wonderful idea for her party, a very berry birthday party! Being the owner of MadProps you’d expect nothing less than amazing things from Liz! A pink berry cake, just the right […]

April 17, 2016

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Kristi & Kevin’s Wedding Sneak Peek | Christ The King Catholic Church | Jacksonville Wedding Photographer

Kristi & Kevin were married in a morning service at Christ The King Catholic Church in Arlington! Their morning wedding was wonderful for sure! Not only did I get to enjoy an awesome muffin I procured from Mimmi’s the night before, I was home by 4pm for a nice afternoon nap!!! We started our morning […]

April 10, 2016

Weddings

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The Greathouse’s | Jacksonville Lifestyle Photographer

Lifestyle sessions have been a passion of mine for a long time. Photos, for me, have always been about the moments people share with me. My clients inspire me. Those moments and connections we share are my jam! That’s what I like to show in my work, happiness and real moments. I want to make […]

February 10, 2016

Families, Lifestyle

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Planning your Wedding Day Timeline

Many people may not realize this, but a big part of your photographer’s job is to keep you on your wedding day timeline! Your photographer is likely the only vendor you hire that is by your side 90% of the wedding day!

February 2, 2016

Tips & Tricks, Weddings

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Sugar Skulls – Day of the Dead | Jacksonville Conceptual Photographer

I started my career in 2007, and since I’d say at least 2009 I’ve wanted to do a Sugar Skull shoot. Every year I think about it but every year I get busy with holiday session planning. October is traditionally a pretty busy month for most photographers so adding in a Halloween themed shoot doesn’t […]

October 23, 2015

Breaking Tradition

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