This is one of my favourite weddings to date :) Sarah did EVERYTHING herself, so this is a true DIY wedding. It took place in the late summer at Hurd Orchards in Holley, New York. Here are some of my favourite photographs from the day.
I completely forgot about this beautiful session until this past weekend when I shot a wedding at Stella Plantation! It was all photographed on Kodak Portra 200 film using my Hasselblad 500cm. The styling was created completely by the ever so fantastic Mrs. Vintage! Julia is kinda of a goddess when it comes to styling and her work is absolutely beautiful :) Kim Star Wise created some of the most beautiful flower arrangements I’d ever seen! To top all of this off, this session was even featured on Green Wedding Shoes! Anyway, here is a list of all of the fantastic vendors that made this all happen :) Hope you enjoy the photographs!
Shoot Design, Styling and Vintage Rentals • Mrs. Vintage | Florals • Kim Starr Wise | Location • Stella Plantation | Invitations and Paper Goods • Val Marie Paper | Jewelry • Margaret Elizabeth via Hattie Sparks Boutique in New Orleans | Dress • Camilyn Beth via Hattie Sparks Boutique in New Orleans | Cake • Melissa’s Fine Pastries | Macaroons • MCRN Bar New Orleans | Makeup and Hair • Brittney of Kiss and Make Up | Table Name Tags • 43 Lucy
As I’m sure most of you know, I love photographing children :) Jane Ellen was such a sweet little girl, all smiles! I took these photographs using a Hasselblad 400cm and Kodak Portra 400 film. The ever so amazing Film Box in Nashville processed and scanned the images! I love living in the same city as an amazing film lab :D Here are a few of my favourites :)
I only got to photograph part of Barbara and Olivier’s wedding… Barbara is one of my dearest friends and I was a bridesmaid :) They got married in Quebec City at the Auberge Saint-Antoine… a Relais and Chateaux with amazing food and cocktails. Here are some of my favourites of my dear friend :)
Kristina and Nathan got married at Destrehan plantation last year. The light was pretty perfect, don’t you think?
I photographed Andrea and Mathew’s engagements last spring on a rain day in April… luckily the sun came out towards the end of the session and we got some wonderful photographs! I’m photographing their wedding this afternoon at Latrobe’s on Royal, so I thought I would leave you guys with their engagements :) Happy Saturday!
Here are some of the film photographs from Taylor and Zach’s wedding at Heartwood Hall. These were shot with either my Holga or my Hasselblad using Kodak Portra 400 medium format film. All of these scans were done by Richard Photo Lab :)
Taylor and Zach were the winners of my Southern Weddings wedding package giveaway back in 2012! They got married outside of Memphis, Tennessee at this beautiful venue called Heartwood Hall. There were pies and literally some of the best food I’ve ever had at a wedding… and I’m from New Orleans!! Anyway, here are my favourite digital photographs <3 I shot a ton on film as well which will be in a separate post!
So many of my clients always ask about the difference between film and digital photographs so I figured I’d start posting the photographs separately so you can really see the differences :)
After I sent Chelsea her and Bens engagement photographs, she sent me a Pusheen graphic as a thank you. Anyone that sends me Pusheen is instantly forever in my heart <3 I love the way their engagements turned out! I photographed them at City Park, in New Orleans! Here are a few I loved :)
Chloe and Rilly are the God children of my dear friend Darcy. I’m kind of obsessed with their hair… and their smiles!!! Photographing children makes my heart happy :) Here are a few of my favourites! We shot these in Audubon Park.
We don’t really get seasons in New Orleans. The weather gods make up for it, however, with the prettiest light ever in October :) Courtney and Ben are getting married in June, but we did their engagements yesterday at City Park!
This session is a little close to my heart :) Gabby (who is a super fantastic wedding photographer!) contacted me ages ago about photographing her wedding. I was already booked on her date, but we met for coffee anyway and she’s since become one of my very best friends. When I found out that she was pregnant I was over the moon at the thought of being able to bond with a baby Gabby, but then she soon found out she was pregnant with TWINS! Anyway, I photographed her anniversary/baby bump session a couple weeks ago out at her house in the country. We built a bonfire, ate smores and Waffles discovered that he’s really a country dog.