An Elegant Wedding at a Private Waterfront Home
It’s an honor to be trusted to photograph anyone’s wedding. The energy and time invested in making sure that your wedding day is absolutely perfect is mindblowing and to be put in a position to capture something as intimate as a wedding day is a truly massive responsibility, but it’s doubly so when the person asking is a close friend.
From the incredible private waterfront property, complete with it’s own avenue of oaks, to the beautiful sunset and personal touches at the reception, this is one of those weddings that just makes me happy to be a wedding photographer.
A Classic Southern Affair
Michelle and Caulen had a beautiful, Southern wedding in the Cedar Room in Downtown Charleston. Lucky for us, the rain held off until sunset where there was an amazing – and slightly strange – orange glow in the sky.
A Light and Airy Springtime Wedding
I’ve known Sam for a long time now; we met at the College of Charleston almost ten years ago – so when she asked if I could shoot her wedding at The Dewberry Hotel, I jumped at the chance. It was an honor and a privilege to be able to shoot Her and Jeffrey’s wedding.
An Elegant Downtown Wedding on a Rainy Spring Afternoon
Kelly and Phillip were almost rained out of their outdoor ceremony location – but with all hands on deck for a quick wipe down (and a lucky break in the rain), they were able to hold their wedding in front of the beautiful brick facade of the Historic Rice Mill.
An Intimate Rooftop Wedding at The Restoration Hotel
In a wonderfully non-traditional ceremony, Sarah and Jeff were married on the private rooftop of the beautiful Restoration Hotel in the heart of downtown Charleston.
A fusion of American and French cultures set within a classic Charleston waterfront estate.
A Smoky Spring Wedding at the Daniel Island Club
Working with current and former wedding industry professionals like Maggie and Matt (makeup artist and wedding photographer, respectively) always makes for a streamlined, intentional day. We were privileged to be present to capture their emotional first look, smoky ceremony – thanks to a controlled burn across the river – and heavenly-scented exit involving handfuls of thrown lavender.