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A NOMA Bridal Editorial

This project is very personal and close to my heart. I made these images because I had to, they had been living inside of me for too long. I made them for myself. I hope that they are inspirational to my current and future brides but mostly they’re inspirational to me. An amazing team of […]
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Marching into Forever: A Guide to Planning Your New Orleans Wedding Second Line

Hey there lovebirds! A New Orleans wedding isn’t complete without the iconic tradition of a Second Line parade. If you’re dreaming of a wedding celebration that merges romance with the lively spirit of the Big Easy, why not add a touch of New Orleans magic with a Wedding Second Line parade? Let’s dive into the […]
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An Il Mercato Wedding

This summertime Il Mercato wedding was a blast to shoot! I was asked to associate this wedding for Mary-Kaitlyn Allen, and let me tell you, it was an absolute honor! Shoutout to Caroline from Iris & Oak Events. She was the real MVP, keeping us on track all day, and working with her was a […]
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The Pearce Family

The Pearces are one of those families that come back to me every year and it’s been such a joy to watch the kids and the pup grow over the years. I love that their dog, Violet, is just an extra kid and needs to be photographed the exact same way, headshot and all. I […]
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Sarah & James: A Cajun Wedding

I was super excited when I heard of all the cajun elements being brought into this very sweet and personal affair. Sarah’s family was excited to show James’ family our food and traditions. It started off at the crawfish boil the night before and extended out to the cajun band, the Daiquiri Queens that had […]
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Remi’s Jungle Garden Senior Portraits

I’ve known and been friends with Remi’s mom her whole life. This shoot was so surreal and special. I can’t wait to see what else Remi will be able to accomplish!
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A Crawfish Boil Rehearsal Dinner

I’ve photographed many many rehearsal dinners in my career but this one was just so sweet and unique I wanted to share. First of all, I love when our Cajun culture can be shared in such a pure way. The locals took so much time to teach the out-of-towners how to peel their crawfish. It […]
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Katie’s Rip Van Winkle Bridals

I love that Katie wanted to do her bridals at Rip Van Winkle since her wedding was also going to be there!Her dress and flowers were perfectly suited for the location and I really am in love with how these came out!
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Why You Should Consider a First Look

Of all the moments on your wedding day, the first look is arguably one of the most important. A first look is a private moment where the bride and groom see each other for the first time before the ceremony. Some couples choose to forgo this moment, opting to keep with tradition and wait until […]
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Olivia & Tyler: Afton Villa Garden Engagement Portraits

On the day of Olivia & Tyler’s engagement portraits, we had a strange mix of eerie light. It was cloudy but sunny and it made for such a magical atmosphere. These two are the sweetest and when you can see a couple’s chemistry it makes my job so much easier. This was also my first […]
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Camille’s UL Graduation Portraits

It was such a treat to photograph Camille for her ULL graduation portraits. Can you believe it was raining while I took every one of these portraits? I’m so incredibly proud of Camille for getting through her undergrad and heading off to medical school. I can’t wait to see what else she accomplishes.
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