When LaShawn and Kent came to Key West for their Engagement Shoot, we instantly connected. It was then my joy to travel to Amelia Island with them for their wedding day, where they celebrated with close friends and family at the Omni Resort, exchanging their vows on the soft Fernandina Beach white sands, with the peaceful view of the Atlantic Ocean as their backdrop.
Erin and Nick enjoyed their wedding ceremony at Key West Lighthouse and reception at Hemingway Home, with lovely details from blue suede shoes to lace parasols.
When an event starts at Margaritaville Resort, with a ceremony on Sunset Key - accessible only by private ferry - a cocktail hour aboard the Fury Catamarans, a trolley tour with Historic Tours of America, and a reception at Bagatelle’s, you know you’re in for an amazing day.
While their first interactions actually happened online, the first time Jesse and David met in person was a random alignment of the universe, proving even further that there was definitely something more to their then-budding relationship.
Rachel and David, despite being from two very different ends of the world - South Africa and California - came together and celebrated their love by seeing everywhere else in the world that they could possibly go.
Rebecca and Tom decided that a small, intimate wedding ceremony was just what they wanted when they decided to get married in Key West. That didn’t mean, however, that they were cutting corners on beautiful details, heartfelt vows, and special traditions to make it uniquely their own.
Just days before their wedding, Nancy and Jose Enrique almost didn’t have a photographer. I was so honored to be able to be there for them, capture some of my favorite images I have in my portfolio still to this day, and enjoy a beautiful evening with an incredible couple.