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Michelle & Ray's Vow Renewal, French Quarter
Sonni's Family, Rosemary Beach, FL
Ally's FamilyDestin, FL Okaloosa Island
After another busy year photographing between New Orleans and Panama City Beach Florida, I'm happy to report that I've won another award (2nd year) from Wedding Wire for 2016..."Couple's Choice" Award, top 5% in the country in this category!! This past year brought me to not only the beautiful Gulf Beaches from MS to Florida, but also often to New Orleans where I've made the top vendor photography list for the beautiful "Maison Dupuy" in the French Quarter as well as for one of the best 2nd line bands, The Jaywalkers! Besides all of the fun places I get to go, I'm blessed with the pleasure of meeting some wonderful, interesting people from all over the US and more! Thanks to all those who have referred me to their friends and neighbors...it's such a joy to meet practically whole neighborhoods from referrals from one family 2 states away:)
Looking forward, I will be photographing my first Cruise Ship Wedding the first weekend in February of a young couple from Destin who own a Party Bus Company! We'll be leaving from Jacksonville and visiting the Bahama's along the way! I will definitely post photos from this excursion!
Looking back to 2014, I had my most successful year yet! I had over 40 weddings along with over 35 engagement and beach shoots from between New Orleans all the way to Panama City Beach FL! I love that I get to experience so many beautiful places, especially the beach areas! But I can not forget the unique places that I am taken to as well, and one of those would include New Orleans. I got to experience shooting my first Christmas Wedding at the New Orleans's Waldorf Astoria's Roosevelt Hotel this past December...what a spectacular site of Christmas glory, a must see! Talking about beautiful weddings, I must mention Ocean Springs Mayor Connie Moran & Jack Rosen's wedding held at the Fairhope Grand Hotel! I actually said I think they put on the perfect wedding! It really did seem that way! :)