Category Archives: elopements

These two flew all the way from the concrete jungle (NYC) to the red rock jungle of Sedona to exchange vows with their closest loved ones!! The ceremony was set up in a circle of chairs, so it became a sharing of souls throughout the entire circle. It was SO SPECIAL. They bought a star!!!!!

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“Did you magically morph into a butterfly or something???? I didn’t even see you get some of these photos! You did such an amazing job. You just keep going girl…. keep doing this. Don’t ever give up. You have a gift. Its rare and it makes people’s hearts happy……We feel super lucky that everything went…

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I think I am born to strictly be a Sedona Elopement photographer hahaha. I shouldn’t laugh because I am completely serious. This is Lacey and Suede aka Alex and Kevin… They have alter ego names like me! They probablyyyyy booked me because of that commonality haha: ) I will be taking more stunning photos of these…

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The first post of 2016 starts with an elopement…. nope, can’t get any better than that!!! I wanted to tease them with anticipation, so they read letters from each other before turning around to see one another: The most insane shot by my second shooter Dylan: Still holding the vows….. ahhaha : ) Click here…

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Two lovers, two sets of parents and grandparents, siblings, and the closest of friends, standing steadfast on Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park, singing songs of love and humble gratitude to Jesus, and committing their life together, now and always. Dad and grandpa practicing their song for the ceremony. I cried. Bobby was banned from the house haha Bekah was…

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I met her in September. I was at a wedding, walking down a hallway at the reception when I heard, “Lea! Lea!”  I turned around and found Katie. She proceeded to exhale everything she thought about my work (in a good way) and it brought me to tears. I couldn’t believe someone was so moved by something…

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