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Joyous Moments

Your ICloud Storage is Full. Ugh… Thank you for letting me know for the thousandth time! Isn’t that the way it always is? I’m a photographer, it’s what I do for a living and I truly value photos yet here I am with a phone full of images and no idea what's there. 

Well I finally broke down and started going through the 999 photos and videos I have on my phone to see what I can delete. As I was swiping through it really hit home how many photos I’d taken last year. Sitting here now thinking about it all we ever seem to focus on is the bad.

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Peaceful Red Gate Farms Engagement Photography

Tyler held Lauren tight and gave her a big kiss. The sun poured in through the Spanish Moss covered Oaks and surrounded them with warmth. In just a few months Lauren and Tyler will be saying “I do” here at Red Gate Farms. As we strolled the peaceful grounds we talked about  their wedding day and the joy that awaits them on the road ahead.


 

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Out of Photojournalism Retirement

The other day I packed my gear in the car and headed out for a newspaper assignment. As I made the turn toward my destination I started getting an old familiar tickle in my belly. The butterflies that I used to get back when I worked for the newspaper fulltime. 

It’s not a feeling of nervousness really, it’s just excitement. A building anticipation of what might happen next. No matter how many big events you’ve photographed or how prepared you are, something always seems to pop up that you haven’t anticipated. That’s the excitement of photojournalism. Anyone who’s ever worked for a publication or on a tight deadline knows that feeling. 

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Savannah Red Gate Barn Wedding

Bailey and Fin were sunning in the grass at the end of the aisle. They both perked up as Leah stepped out from the barn. At the other end of the aisle Pete was awaiting his bride to be. Tears streamed down his cheek as their eyes met. 

Planning a wedding can be tough, especially in a year like 2020. But in moments like this all of that just melts away and nothing else in the world matters.

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Historic Charleston Engagement Photography

It was August and it had been five months since Georgia shut down, when Zach surprised Carley  with a weekend getaway to Charleston. During their visit they made their way to Joe Riley Waterfront Park and the famous Pineapple fountain. Of Course during these strange times the fountain wasn;t working, but that didn’t stop Zach from achieving his real goal for the trip and proposing to Carley. 

Three months later they planned a return trip to Charleston for their engagement photos and this time the streets were bustling and the fountain was flowing. 

 

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