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2015 in Review

One Year in Photographs

Weddings / 2016 . 01 . 05

Truthfully, I wanted to write something epic to go with this post. Something that summarized how it felt to walk through the thick pads of moss in Iceland and walk the coasts in Puerto Rico. What London felt like in the spring. But any amount of writing I did felt like it wasn’t enough and couldn’t possibly set the stage for how wonderful this year was.

I met so many lovely new people, went so many places, and got to travel the world with my amazing boyfriend and photographer, Sam. I took some photos along the way. Here are a few from 2015.

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  • beautiful ring flare at beach wedding
  • bride with streamers flying
  • beautiful floral crown bridal portrait
  • bride streamers flowing in wind
  • groom helping bride step down from pile of sticks
  • bride and groom standing in boat streamers

Hilary + Phil

A Northbay Adventure Camp Beach Wedding

Weddings / 2015 . 12 . 22

Together since high school and they were married at a summer camp on a beach. I feel like this fulfills every wish I would have. Philip and Hillary were married on a beach at Northbay Adventure Camp. 

It started by raining, the sun came out, and they were married in front of primary colors, a giant ocean, and all their loves ones. We went under the docks, explored the colorful canoes, and watched the sunset on the Chesapeake. This is love.

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Luca + Sophie's Greenhouse Wedding

Sophie and Luca’s Greenhouse Wedding

Weddings / 2015 . 11 . 10

Families flew in from across the world to meet up on her father’s farm. They cleared out saplings from the greenhouse, put cloths on the tables, lit sparklers on the cake, and dined in the warmth of the night.