Posts Tagged ‘featured’

{ style me pretty | little black book }

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Style Me Pretty is one of the loveliest and most renowned wedding blogs out there, so you can imagine my excitement when I received an invitation to become of member of their Little Black Book – a “thoughtfully edited resource showcasing only the most innovative, chic, top quality wedding professionals.” So honored to be included in this wonderful directory!

P.S. Though daunting at first, I had so much fun picking out the images for my profile. I really wanted them to embody the type of imagery I always strive to create – vibrant, whimsical, and romantic :)

{ published! | ceremony magazine }

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

It’s an exciting day! So happy to share that this gorgeous wedding was featured in Ceremony Magazine! Ceremony releases an issue but once a year, so it’s a true honor to be included among the pretty pages of the 2013 issue!

So many sweet touches filled this day and so many wonderful vendors were involved – stay tuned for I will be sharing more loveliness soon!

{ published! }

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

It was an overcast day in November. I was sitting cross-legged on my bed in my San Francisco hotel room, laptop by my side, on the phone with the sweetest writer who was putting together an article for Professional Photographer magazine. When I hung up the phone I’m pretty sure a fervent pinching session ensued. Because seriously? Phone interview? Really? Me?

I absolutely love engagement sessions and it is an honor to be included in an article in the February issue, regarding ways to keep sessions fun and unique. I get asked from time to time regarding using props to personalize sessions – who brings them, how we decide what to use, etc. and I was excited to share a little about my experiences in this article. You can download the full story here. A very big thank you to to Rebecca Zoumberos for passing my name along initially, and to Stephanie Boozer for chatting with me, putting my rambly rambly thoughts into coherent sentences, and conveying what I meant to say so eloquently :)