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Category: Beach Portraits

The Exten Family
Jan. 19
Last month I had the chance to photograph my last family of 2020 to close out that ______ year! I actually didn't mind 2020 in some ways. I did a lot of learning and got to spend more time with family. I was even more grateful for the clients I was able to see with vacations being cancelled among other things. Here are a few of the images from our session at Wild Dunes at the Property Owners Beach House. It was a bit nippy but they were ALL IN! I love helping my clients visualize their art on the walls of their home... VIEW POST
The Fabers
Dec. 23
Jessica and Michael are an amazing couple. I loved being their wedding photographer years ago, and now they have two of the most adorable children! Zoe and Braxton were an absolute joy to meet and to photograph. I was blown away by their kind, polite and funloving nature - just like their mommy and daddy!!!! Thank you Jessica and Michael. I am having a ball creating a beautiful staircase collage AND all the other wall art you chose from this session. VIEW POST
Maggie Said “YES”
Oct. 26
I met Jeffrey on the beach just a few nights ago and asked him to tell me a little bit about their story. Here is what he had to share: "Maggie and I met in New York City back in early February 2017 on a 2 different dating app actually. She actually ignored me the first time around but I was persistent enough the second time to convince her to go on a date with me. It was pretty clear from the start that there was something special there. The first date turned into the second turned into a trip to Cuba together for a long weekend only a few months after having met. I was keeping one thing from her though - the fact that I had accepted a job in Boston about a year prior and was planning to move that summer. Maggie was a good sp... VIEW POST
Last Days of Summer
Sep. 24
I so enjoyed my session with Aileen and her family a few weeks ago out on Folly Beach. We met at sunrise and she brought the cutest dresses for the girls to wear. Long and flowy, in a pale pink. We stayed near the pier and that too was sweet. The iconic Folly Pier is going to be torn down and it will take two years before a new more modern pier is put in it's place. Having the pier in some of their shots I know will be a nice memory of this time in history. Once its down, it's gone forever. Here are a few of the images from our session and I can't wait to design her cards. VIEW POST
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