Maddie and Matt are such a fun local couple. I had the pleasure of shooting their wedding reception at Oliver’s Lodge in Murrells Inlet last year and we have kept in touch ever since. They are so excited to be new parents and I know they are going to rock at it.
Lindsay and Becca, with several of their closest friends and family tied the knot in Georgetown, SC at Hobcaw Barony, a research reserve. The place looked amazing, the florist, Carolina Charm, did such a good job filling the place with plants and flowers that were really fitting for this location. The two brides looked so beautiful and were glowing with happiness to be able to get married in the state of their choice. DJ Jeff Benton did a super job as always keeping the dance floor packed and the food was amazing. It was an honor to be a part of their special occasion and I wish them the best of luck and have a blast on their honeymoon.
Sometimes you meet people and just really like them right away. These two must get that all the time because they are so genuine and kind hearted. Not to mention, cool as heck. Davis and Cass own and operate Anchor Films, a small company that videos weddings and other events. They are extremely creative and talented and a blast to work with. We had so much fun taking this little road trip up to Wilmington, NC for some maternity photos. They are going to such great parents and I wish them luck in the upcoming months with their newborn.
It is that time! Summer is finally here, people are planning and taking vacations, and families are excited to have beach photos done.
Ashley and William came from outside Charleston, SC to spend the weekend in Myrtle Beach to celebrate their wedding anniversary. We met at Huntington Beach State Park for some maternity photos. These two have tons of experience in front of the camera, which shows in the photos and they were such a fun couple to work with.
Tonight, Surfside Beach was covered with family, friends and fans of Chief Kamu. So many people came out to show their respects and say goodbye to a wonderful guy who has been a big part of the community for many years. The Chief’s hula dancers performed a few beautiful numbers led by his daughter’s Mahealani, Nanea, and their mom, Mary. Then a few dozen surfers in wet suits paddled out into the ocean, made a circle and left flowers in the sea.
So, I want to show off these awesome photos…. Not only because this guy is great looking but because my Apprentice, Crystal, took them. Crystal graduated in December from Old Dominion University with a degree in photography. Her portfolio is filled with amazing lifestyle and individual portraits, which is why I knew she would rock this entire shoot. After her apprenticing is over, I plan on keeping her. She has many talents with the camera and on the computer. Look forward to much more amazing more from Crystal in the future.