Monthly Archives: March 2009

A Very Windy Engagement Shoot with Christina and Stephen

I had a beautiful and windy engagement shoot with Christina and Stephen last weekend. The wind added an interesting element to the engagement session, I just love how Christina’s hair caught flight in the photograph above. For the shoot we headed to Papago Park and then to Tempe Town Lake around sunset. Christina and Stephen […]

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The Rolling Pilot

Recently I had the extraordinary privilege of spending the day with Michael Glen of Tucson, Arizona the world’s first paraplegic hot air balloon pilot, for a multimedia story for the New York Times. Glen is an amazing guy; he is down to earth, inspirational and has an extremely cute Boston Terrier I might add! Glen, […]

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How to choose a wedding photographer?

As a bridesmaid in my friend Christine’s wedding I could not help but take pictures, even while doing my bridesmaid duties. Being a professional wedding photographer is more than simply owning a camera. Having the right equipment is obviously important but a good wedding photographer also must have an eye for composition and light, problem-solving […]

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Digital Wedding Photography

As a photographer I grew up in the darkroom, I had a darkroom in the basement of my parent’s house in Virginia and I ultimately chose the college I would attend (Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York) based on the fact that students had individual darkrooms and could work through the night if […]

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Think Green- Eco Friendly Weddings

When planning a wedding the decisions you have to make can seem endless. From the flavor of the cake to the song for your first dance, each detail is discussed and options weighed. In honor of the upcoming Earth Hour, 8:30pm- 9:30pm Saturday March 28, 2009, I though this would be a good time to […]

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