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I absolutely love working with other creatives, so naturally when Hailee and Jake were in town for a few days we took full advantage of it. They’re super talented photographers themselves who are getting married next year amongst some avocado trees in California. Really stoked to document everything for these two; they’re basically models – well, Jake was. Long story.

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Northern Liberties, Philadelphia.


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Mikhail Glabets - f 3, 14 - 6:54 pm

thumbs up! lovely session

Rose Cahill Davis - f 3, 14 - 8:14 pm

with such beautiful & handsome subjects how could you go wrong. Perfect couple.

Jordan Fortuner - f 4, 14 - 12:57 am

Love these!

Jen Nifer - f 4, 14 - 5:44 pm

Love these

Gayle Blaylock Fontaine - f 11, 14 - 12:49 am

These photos capture the essence of your love…just beautiful.

Leah and Mikey are kind hearted people from San Francisco who threw one hell of a destination wedding at Los Poblanos Inn, a working lavender farm in New Mexico. Claire and I were lucky enough to spent the weekend with them, their family, and closest friends. We rode bikes together in one-hundred degree heat through Albuquerque in search of the best beer, we ate from food trucks together, and we braved sideways rain on their wedding day together. We left New Mexico with some great memories and new friends.

Here’s a little of what happened.

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Los Poblanos Inn. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

Much love to the always amazing Claire Hudson for helping out in documenting this, some of her photography is mixed in above.


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The great Brooklyn Winery, nestled right in the heart of Williamsburg, was home to Melissa and Casey’s celebration of love and life together earlier this year. From their first look taking the spotlight away from the impressive New York City skyline, to the mind-boggling (and I don’t often use this phrase) florals from Saipua, to us stumbling across a Mexican street carnival, and me persuading New York’s Finest to pose for a photo with these two, Melissa and Casey’s wedding day was nothing short of Brooklyn perfection.

These two are the real deal, two super sweet people on the best day of their lives. Here’s a few of my favorite photos from our time together.

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Many thanks as always to Claire Hudson for helping out in documenting this. Some of her photography is mixed in above. Many thanks as well to the talented team behind the florals, Saipua, and to the hardworking planner Meg at LVR Events for pulling everything together aesthetically. This was one for the books.


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confetti & co. - f 6, 14 - 3:24 pm

so so gorgeous!

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La Vie En Rose Events - f 21, 14 - 10:43 pm

Amazing. Love, love, love! Can’t wait to work with you again!

Claire and I were expected to arrive in Iceland around midnight after a long day of travel, on our third visit to Iceland. Excited and tired, we waited in line for about an hour to pick up our trusty Icelandic rental car, and then journeyed out to Selfoss to meet Rose and Nate at the rented AirBnB we were all staying in together. Little did Claire and I know that Iceland at 1am was darker than we could even fathom. It was hard to tell where the sky started and the ground ended. Without a GPS and general directions such as “just look for the little farm near the third waterfall on your right, and then turn left, and then make your fifth right on the dirt road,” we took a little bit longer than expected to finally reach the house. Our brakes failing randomly didn’t seem to help our timing.

A text from Rose came in just before we found the place, 3 hours later than planned, “Had a quick shut eye and woke up and saw the time and I thought OMG holy shit I totally left them outside!”

Rose was relieved to hear that she didn’t strand us in the Icelandic wilderness for hours, and a few super tired hugs were exchanged. I met Nate that night in passing (we totally woke him up) where the first thing out of his mouth was, “Hi! I’m John… Wait, John’s my professional name. Hi! I’m Nate. Call me Nate.”

I called him Nate.

Rose is fiery. Hilarious. She speaks her mind and doesn’t care if you don’t agree with her. She’s my type of person. Nate is a math nerd. A solid guy who would happily contort his body into the backseat of our rented two-door Suzuki 4×4 for hours to get some good photographs. A bit quiet in comparison to Rose, but they compliment each other like black sand beaches and champagne wedding dresses (more on that later. I knew since 4:30am on that random Tuesday night that we’d all get along swimmingly. Many meals and conversations were exchanged that week and we now consider them both friends.

Rose and Nate knew that they wanted to explore Southern Iceland with us on their wedding day, so explore we did. Having already been officially married the day before in Reykjavik, the plan was to head down to Dyrhólaey (or D-Town as Rose decided to call it) where they’d exchange rings and vows on the most beautiful black sand beach. After that we fjorded a few cliffs, drove across some crazy dirt roads, chased a few waterfalls, and found the now Instagram-famous crashed DC-3 airplane. We even saw the Northern Lights. All this while barely missing the Bardarbunga volcanic eruption (it ended up erupting two weeks or so after we left).

It was a pretty crazy adventure in one of our favorite places in the world with two new friends. You really can’t beat that.

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Reykjavik, Selfoss, and Dyrhólaey. Iceland.

          Dress: Emily Riggs

          Accessories: BHLDN

Many thanks as always to Claire Hudson for helping out in documenting this. Some of her photography is mixed in above. Claire is the real deal and I’m incredibly lucky to be able to travel and work alongside someone I care about so deeply.


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Jessica Wood - f 11, 14 - 8:28 pm

these. are. AMAZING.


Yadi Garrido - f 11, 14 - 8:46 pm

Please please PLEASE do my wedding!! I’ve followed your work for SO long now, I fall in-love all over again …every single time.

Kaytlynn Gorson - f 11, 14 - 8:50 pm

How are they supposed to pick which one to frame?

Kathy Angel - f 11, 14 - 8:58 pm

I simply cannot stand how absolutely stunning these images are. Every single one is canvas worthy. It’s insane. LOVELY wedding!

Haolun Li - f 12, 14 - 1:52 am

Absolutely beautiful! Great work!

Becka Pillmore - f 12, 14 - 3:16 am

Wow! Simply incredible in every way!

Rebeca Perez - f 12, 14 - 3:42 pm


Kiana McCourt - f 30, 14 - 12:23 am

Wow, these are some of the most beautiful images I’ve EVER seen.
Also especially pulling at my heart strings because in May I actually got engaged behind the Seljalandsfoss waterfall so seeing these dreamy Iceland photos are so lovely, it’s a bit of a dream for us to go back there for our vows or perhaps even a right-after-ceremony flight straight to Iceland to have our photos taken at the waterfall we got engaged at and then also at this Skogafoss waterfall and Vik beach where we explored that same day in May when we finally got engaged.
Definitely bookmarking your site with hopes in March 2017 I could be so lucky and have a photographer like yourself capture my day so perfectly!

Roseann Bath - f 1, 14 - 5:22 am

this is crazy good. magic. there are no words.

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Brandy Carter Allen - f 20, 15 - 5:17 pm

The most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen – the entire day, the couple, the places, the photography – WOW+!

Meghan and Patrick’s Wes Anderson inspired wedding at Cedar Lakes Estate was easily one of the most creative, eye opening weekends of fun and celebration that we’ve ever been apart of. The weekend was filled with zip-lining through lush trees, conquering the ever-so-mighty blob, canoeing, swimming, chowing down on delicious and locally sourced farm-to-table food, and most importantly, celebrating the love that brought these two creatives from San Francisco to upstate New York to get married.

After two long but amazing days running around (and canoeing) ourselves, here are a few of my favorite images from our time together in the Hudson Valley. This wedding was absolutely perfect in every way and I hope that the energy we felt behind apart of this comes through in the images we made.

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A Wes Anderson Inspired Wedding at Cedar Lakes Estate. New York.

Many thanks to the super talented team involved in pulling this wedding together. Event planning by the lovely Kelly at SociaLife, event design by the incomparable team at Glitter and Rye, rentals by Rent Patina, and most imporantly moral support and second shooting by my favorite-human-ever Claire Hudson. #dreamteam

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Lev Kuperman - f 5, 14 - 5:57 pm

You killed it, dude. Beautifully captured!

Lauren Fair - f 5, 14 - 6:01 pm

WHAT is this wedding! amazing in every way.

Alex Benge - f 5, 14 - 6:01 pm

Wow! Beautiful post!!

Az Rehman - f 5, 14 - 6:35 pm

Mind blown, absolutely stunning!

Jenny Berberich - f 5, 14 - 7:21 pm

absolutely incredible. Planning and outstanding photographer.

Carolina Wahnish Rivera - f 5, 14 - 8:51 pm

wow, beautiful beautiful wedding, and fantastic coverage of it! you really captured the essence of the day!

Alison Orrico - f 7, 14 - 9:26 pm

Are you able to share where the bride got her dress? Stunning!

I could likely write a few paragraphs about how this day was filled with genuine emotion, love, and laughter (mostly laughter). I could then write a few more paragraphs about what we witnessed and gained from our time with Jocelyn and Joanna. Instead I will leave you with a quote we stumbled upon while shooting around Williamsburg, and a few images that we hope can lend you some insight into what was a pretty incredible celebration of live and love.

“It always seems impossible until it’s done.” – Nelson Mandela

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Williamsburg, Brooklyn. USA.

Many thanks as always to my trusty sidekick Claire for being apart of this. Some of her work is mixed in above.

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Mikhail Glabets - f 27, 14 - 3:48 pm

so rad!

Hilary Cramer Robinson - f 3, 14 - 5:25 pm

love this one.