Fun in the surf at sunset with Ashley & Curran at Ft. De Soto.
Sarah & Steve’s Safety Harbor Spa wedding had so many great personal touches it was beautiful inside and out. They took the time to put it all together themselves, much of it with their own hands and the care really … Continue reading
Anne and Lucas were looking for both cityscape and nature locations so we started off with a fun shoot in downtown St. Petersburg and then had a fantastic underwater adventure in Crystal River surrounded by manatees! Does it get any better? Lots of couples see the images from this type of shoot and though it looks effortless, it takes lots of work to get the right shot in chilly waters. Anne and Lucas said they could handle it and they really delivered, working through cool temps (and tourists) and it really paid off. We even wrapped up with an impromptu pool session!
We can’t get enough of this family! We have been lucky to be there for Jim and Kristina through some amazing milestones with cameras in hand. From their engagement to their destination wedding to their baby bump to the welcoming of their beautiful daughter Skye and we can’t wait to see what comes next.
Always up for a wardrobe change or two and any fun photo idea we collaborate on including the yoga pose idea Jim brought to the table for their family Christmas card, the fun with these three is endless.
So I’ve been to The Florida Aquarium quite a few times (including scuba diving with sharks for a story!) but there’s something extra cool about shooting a wedding there. All the crowds clear out and you and the wedding party have the whole place to yourselves. Here’s a few shots from Wes & Sara’s recent wedding, where the ceremony was held “topside” on the outdoor deck before making our way into the aquarium and through what feels like the mysterious streets of an underwater city, lit by all the colors of the rainbow for the dinner and reception. What a fun and unique venue!