It’s halfway through the year already. When did summer come? With the flurry of spring weddings that turned into summer weddings, I have lost sight of the days.This is going to be a bit more of a personal post, so if you like, please read on.I have been dealt a heavy and painful personal blow…
Hello, my name is Sarah :-)
First off let me start by saying that I am indeed, fortunate…
…Fortunate to be given the chance to do the job I’ve always dreamed of doing.
I am captivated by love, enchanted by Paris, charmed by old vintage things, comforted by coffee, refreshed by rain, inspired by creativity, and quite simply in love with photography.
Running, cappuccinos, deep blue sapphires, Anthropologie, beautiful trees, sand under my toes, finding an antique camera to add to my collection, my miniature Dachshund Judy and road trips with friends are some of the things that make my heart happy.
I am always pushing myself, reaching and striving to be an artisan of my work. Rather than my camera, I consider soft natural light, effortless posing and the chemistry between my clients and I to be the most important tools I wield to produce my style of portraiture and photography.
I live for the details! Whimsical stories behind a piece of your wedding day jewelry or the history of a pocket watch are the tales I love to hear and then retell with my camera. Rich vibrant colors, clever details and a wedding day full of emotion and excitement make my job easy.
If I’m given the honor of being present whether near or far to suspend in time those moments you will hold dear, then I thank you.
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