Selecting a Wedding Venue in Alabama

So your love has popped the question and you said “Yes!” Congratulations! Now, let’s plan a wedding. I have photographed in many amazing locations around Alabama. So many brides have told me that it is so hard to organize a wedding day. I understand. When I planned my wedding near the Alabama gulf coast, I […]

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NorthRiver Yacht Club Wedding // Tuscaloosa Photographer

Rachael and Adams’s June wedding was held at the NorthRiver Yacht Club in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The couple chose the location for its scenic landscape and beauty. This was the first time I had photographed at NorthRiver and I really enjoyed the experience. The staff was so helpful and the grounds made for some beautiful wedding […]

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Best of 2016 Weddings

This past wedding season was such a thrill. I traveled over the southeast photographing weddings in Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. It was such an honor to invest my heart and photography into these couples. I have spent hours reliving each of their wedding days by looking over thousands of images. My smile is so big […]

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Tuscaloosa Summer Engagement

Jaimie and Travis are such a great couple. I enjoyed getting to know them during their sun-filled summer engagement session in Tuscaloosa. Jaimie shared her proposal excitement with me earlier in the summer. From planning to photographing, these two were such a pleasure to work with. Jaimie describes the first time she set eyes on […]

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Alabama Farm Wedding

My spring wedding season started with one of my favorite brides. I met Rachel when she was is high school. I was dating her “big brother” and Rachel’s family welcomed me to country life my newlywed year. So many good memories. I am so humbled that Rachel and Alex would invite me to photograph their […]

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Everhope Plantation Wedding

At the end of this spring, I was invited to photograph a wedding at Everhope Plantation in Eutaw, Alabama. The Antebellum estate once owned by Captain Nathan Carpenter is on the National Register of Historic Places and is just a short drive from the University of Alabama.  Everhope’s proprietor, Mr. Barden Smedberg, was the epitome […]

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