While I was off shooting my own wedding at the beginning of August, my husband, Nathan, and his assistant, Matt, got to partake in the fun of Jingsi and Rob’s Club at Hillbrook wedding. They ran a super fun live photobooth, and I have to say, these photos are some of my favorite photobooth photos EVER. (How many times can I say “photo” in one sentence?) Looking through these photos, I felt like I was there! And I’m really jealous that I missed the talented balloon artist, Balloon Bender Dave. How AWESOME are his creations?
Cleveland Ohio Live Wedding PhotoboothAugust 27, 2015
Northeast Ohio Backyard Lifestyle Family PhotosAugust 24, 2015
I know I say this all the time, but it’s such a joy to photograph a family in multiple stages of life. Wyatt was a teeny-tiny newborn when he first modeled for me ( ), and now look at him! He’s so tall, runs everywhere and has a little personality all his own. And he still has that amazing hair. Wyatt and his parents were kind enough to help us out at Collected, and we all had a blast working with these three. A million thanks to you guys!
Collected Retreat 2015 | A Collaborative ShootAugust 21, 2015
It was a hot and sticky July day, with just a few downpours, but no one cared because so much inspiration was at our fingertips. From the string lights to the mobile bar and the beautiful models to the tablescapes, Collected 2015 was even better than last year.
Collected is a collaborative shoot, hosted by Mallory + Justin, that I’ve been lucky enough to be invited to twice now. A whole bunch of awesome creatives and wedding vendors come together to imagine, create and network … all for the fun of it. That’s how much we like what we do.
Once again, Collected was hosted on Mallory’s parent’s beautiful property … the perfect setting for an idyllic day.
Sweet Water Caravan is the COOLEST bar on wheels.
How beautiful is that place card by Baci Designer?
(Shot on Portra 160 | Developed/Scanned by Richard Photo Lab)
Collected 2015 hosted by Mallory + Justin
Charleston, S.C. | TravelAugust 20, 2015
Charleston makes me giddy. I want to go back again and again because two days just wasn’t long enough! For two people who love historic homes and a whole lot of brunch, Charleston was the perfect end to our family beach trip this summer.
Where we stayed: Church Street Inn
What we did: Went on a horse carriage tour (oh yes we did play tourist!), toured the Charleston City Market, walked along The Battery, visited Boone Hall Plantation, visited the shops on King Street
Where we ate: Hominy Grill (If you visit Charleston, you MUST check out this spot. SOOO good!), Toast, Bocci’s