It was a warm Saturday afternoon when I parked my car in a neighborhood which looked like the quintessential setting for a New York City Rom-Com. I was meeting Caroline and Adrian for the first time in person over drinks before our photo session. But it wasn’t long before we bonded over our shared love of Africa and the Cameroonian culture. In-between bites of the charcuterie, we exchanged stories of our experiences and reminisced upon the cuisine. To add some context here, I spent most of my early years growing up in Cameroon, and coincidentally Caroline had spent quite some time there as well. Gosh, I mean what are the odds of this happening? We spent the rest of our lunch looking through their travel galleries and laughing hard at

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Jocelyn and Justins Cedar Lakes' proposal was one of the most magical ones I did over the summer. Justin's idea was to do a romantic scavenger hunt using all their first dates as clues. And finally, when she was done, he waited for her in front of the amphitheater at Cedar Lakes Estates. As he got on one knee, the lake sparkled it’s reflected sun rays in approval. Justin and Jocelyn, it was such an honor to have been there to document your proposal.  

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  I recently came across a method of farming called the slash and burn, whereby you cut down the trees on a plot of land then set fire to the remaining foliage to provide nutrients to the soil for the newer food crops. Kelly + Alex's Cape May elopement which began at Stay Lokal was the beginning of my beauty from ashes. It's no secret that the wedding/events world took a major hit due to COVID 19, and even now there's much to be sad about, many have lost loved

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This was one of the most creative shoots I worked on in 2019 and interestingly enough I think now provides lots of inspiration for an intimate micro wedding. It was a dream to have this published in Modern Luxury weddings Magazine.
 
The whimsical 18th century garden of Hill-Physick caught the eye of the team at Garces Events, who partnered with Kate Boyle—event designer at Sara Rea Design. “I thought it would be perfect for two busy doctors who love the history, want something stunning but also a high-end intimate wedding. Our idea began there, and we built an amazing team to create a luxe shoot,” says Boyle. The four-story brick house, decorated with beautiful, French-influenced neoclassical furnishings, is

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