For millenia the Amalfi Coast has been a catalyst for life-chaning romances. Year after year it compells me to return much like it does for the most elegant people on the globe. And since Le Sirenuse in Positano is child-free, it's great to know I can install my family at the private home of Villa Degli Oleandri. Gallo Lungo, Nureyev's island beckons in the distance, but my mind wanders off to fresh sea urchins and tartufi del mare at Lo Scoglio. As a ceramist I can't help but paying a visit to Cotto Rufoli the ceramics factory adored by Dolce & Gabbana whose teracotta tiles are baked in kilns dating back to 1100AD. I won't even begin to ramble on Villa Cimbrone in Ravello, or nearby Sorrento's Villa Astor... you already know too much about these two.
This beautiful Palacio de Queluz engagement session was so special. While in Portugal, this lovely couple opted for a unique engagement session in one of the most beautiful places. A Palacio de Queluz Engagement Session Elle and Kevin live in New York and wanted their engagement session in Portugal while visiting the country. Palacio de Queluz […]
This cozy North Carolina wedding has us daydreaming about Fall already. Jeff and Reid’s wedding was photographed by one of my amazing associate photographers, and I love how she documented the day! Like so many around the world, Reid and Jeff postponed their wedding three times due to Covid. They opted to elope during the […]
This San Francisco engagement session was beautiful, even on a rainy California day. Sophya and Ross opted to visit a few of their favorite spots to document their love story before their wedding day. Breaking up our session locations was the perfect way to dodge the rain throughout the day. They even brought their adorable […]