When the morning mist clears, what remains is a sweet softness of something that is barely there. Let all that is the beauty of nature be your stage while you tell your story. In the calm found only in the stillness of a forest, you’re not merely posing for a photograph; you’re celebrating your femininity, … Read more
It’s late summer in Niagara on the Lake. The trees are buzzing with life, and down below, the afternoon is buzzing with the excitement on the biggest day of this couple’s life. The photos below illustrate why I love a summer wedding at The Pillar and Post. There is just so much beauty all around. … Read more
This fine art portrait session, captured on a mix of film and digital, visualizes that most tantalizing voice. Imagine this session as a high school senior session or a graduation portrait session. You are stepping into the unknown. You do it willingly and almost without thinking. This moment of transition stands between the naivety of youth and the cynicism of adulthood–like the solid and familiar rocky shore holding back wave after wave until finally relenting and becoming one with the void.
This wedding day at Maple Meadows Farm began as one of those lazy and hazy summer days. The air was thick with with heat, but you could still feel a hint of the lake breeze fighting its way through. It didn’t keep anyone from enjoying all that summer has to offer. The sweet scent of field grass, leaves rustling in a slow breeze, and the occasional shout of delight from a distant horse reminded all in attendance that this is a bucolic as it gets in Niagara. As guests and family arrived, everyone was greeted like old friends returning to the homestead.
This engagement session, in Niagara, was one of the most romantic walks through the forest and fields I’ve had to privilege of photographing. When two people love each other this much, every pose, every hand squeeze, and every little glance at one another is accompanied by a little flutter in the heart. When you look back at your engagement session photos (or the photos from any session, really), I want you to feel those little butterflies again.
Buckle up. This is a big one. This is a fine example of an early Fall wedding at Cave Spring and Inn on the Twenty. When the air is cool, every hug feels that much warmer. The leaves appear to tremble at the thought of the coming winter, but the sun warms your face. And … Read more
Gently, the first summer breeze squeaks a window open and swirls through the rooms of the cottage for the first time in months. Finally, a reason to cast off the shackles of winter and embrace the warm air of the best season of the year. She explores every room, like a mind filled with equal … Read more