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Alyssa and Joe got married at Stone Tower Winery in Northern, Virginia. Alyssa and Joe are great friends with my associate photographer, Hannah and her fiancé, Jarrod. Before college, Jarrod and Joe were childhood friends growing up in Savannah, Georgia. Alyssa then met Joe during their orientation at UGA, and they have been together ever […]

Alan and Ralph had a beautiful wedding at Whitefield Chapel, in Savannah Georgia. Whitefield Chapel is one of the most popular wedding locations in Savannah, just outside historic Savannah. The Chapel has wooden pews, herringbone brick floors, and stunning windows that add in plenty of light. It is on the grounds of Bethesda Academy and […]

Katie and Noah, Atlanta residents, wanted a location that had not only romance and history, but also in personal family history for the bride. Katie’s uncle owns one of the most iconic buildings in Savannah, which happens to also be one of Savannah’s most well known antique shops (Alex Raskin Antiques). Many brides have taken […]

Karleigh and Andrea’s spring William Aiken House Wedding in Charleston was absolutely stunning. I love being able to travel to Charleston to photograph weddings. The couple were set up, and met when Andrea was performing at an Improv theater while they were living in Dayton, Ohio. They went out after and hit it off. They […]

Maggie and Wesley had a gorgeous spring wedding at Tybee Island Wedding Chapel. This Chapel is not only stunning inside and out, but has a famous background! It was built for the movie “The Last Song” and was gifted to the Tybee Island Historical Society who moved it to its current location. The Tybee Island […]

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