It took a while to learn to accept that it’s a different story I was given to tell. So here I am, taking a deep breath and a vulnerable leap, to tell you why I’ve been away.
This year I photographed my nephew’s first moments in the world, adventures in the wilderness and days by the ocean. I ran through cornstalks, had picnic lunches in beautiful places, climbed a mountain and collected wildflowers. I went on different roadtrips just to eat cotton candy with family, walk through a vineyard or watch fireworks light up the countryside.
We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful autumn day. Instead of just getting a wrapped tree in a pop-up tree lot, we had a fun afternoon exploring, picked the perfect live white fir and created a new family tradition! Topped off with hot cider and a gorgeous sunset back home.
Earlier this month I met up with some family for a fun day at Dell’Osso Family Farms.
Sometimes you just need to go on a train ride, eat cotton candy and run through a field of corn at sunset.
Goodbye summer! This summer has been a sweet mix of little adventures. Dipping my toes in the ocean, hiking in the forest and watching fireworks explode above the countryside. Sometimes I brought my camera along and captured the moments and others I simply soaked into my memory. Here are a few of my favorites.
It was one year ago that they exchanged their vows among the trees. Through our adventures shooting their engagement photos in the rainy mountains, creating bridal portraits and planning a wedding amidst a wildfire, it was the kind of wedding story you can’t plan and seemingly all too fitting for their unique love story.