I never get tired of weddings.
I tear up at almost every first kiss.
I think pretty & styled is nice, but real life is beautiful.
I would rather cook for a friend than buy a meal out.
I care more about having a beautiful soul than a perfect body.
I cherish every lingering morning, and end every night with a kiss.
I believe marriage is one of the greatest earthly gifts anyone can receive.
I believe in telling your story, not my own version of it.
Friends, you might want to pour yourself a fresh cup of coffee and settle in for a bit, because I have some exciting things to share!! Last month I celebrated 11 years as a photographer. I launched my business in 2008 and went full time in 2009, but October 24, 2006 was the day I […]
Published in The Knot: DC, Maryland, & Virginia Magazine Thrilled beyond words to have Kosta & Marina‘s Greek wedding day & celebration published in the print edition of The Knot: DC, Maryland, & Virginia Magazine! The details of their wedding were some of my all-time favorites, from Marina’s choice in dress & shoes (you can never go wrong with […]
Reflections on 10 Years in the Photography Industry Ten years ago today I became a photographer. You know, it’s really strange to write that. Especially after reading back through my journal entries from the weeks surrounding this significant shift in my life’s trajectory. I’m a planner by nature (I’ve written 5-year plans for myself since I […]
hello… … it’s me… This summer marks my 10th anniversary of blogging. When I first began putting thoughts on the interwebs, I viewed myself as a deep-thinking old soul, painting with words instead of a brush, giving my innermost thoughts and feelings a concrete place to live. I was a writer, “the girl who had a […]
On Tuesday, March 22nd we welcomed our daughter into the world. London Jane Bradshaw. 9 lb 11 oz, 22 inches long. We are beside ourselves with joy. She is a contented baby who loves the sound of our voices and staring into our eyes. We love staring right back. I’m on maternity leave right now, through […]