Hawaii! It's one of these places I had on my bucket list for a while and when the opportunity presented itself and we started thinking about escaping NYC winter somewhere warmer I suggested to finally check out Hawaii. I once was invited to a wedding in Hawaii and I couldn't go because I was booked for another wedding here in the city but the thought of the going there always lingered on my mind. My hubby got his spring break time off from university and instead of the usual Caribbean getaway I was craving something a little more exciting and unique. When we started our search (quite late I should say!) I naturally gravitated towards the Island of Maui. After binge watching travel videos on youtube I was excited to explore the wild adventurous Maui where you can lay on the beach one day and go on a crazy adventure the next. I am happy to say my expectations were exceeded and can definitely recommend Maui for anyone in the mood to explore a unique place on Earth.Read More
I took a little break from blogging and booked a last minute trip to Pacific North West. My friend Jessica and I drove up from San Francisco to Seattle stopping in many wondrous locations. This trip has been life changing! I had moments to reflect and I feel so refreshed and inspired to photograph weddings and be more creative and capture light and moments in new unexpected ways. Traveling is the one thing that leaves me inspired to always push harder and be more creative. I also feel the undeniable pull to shoot more celebrations in nature because natural elements give me so much piece and make for some amazing photos!
This trip was a journey through rain and unexpected sunshine in the North, getting wet and feeling comfortable being uncomfortable, surprise stops, closed roads, jumping over beach rivers, climbing different things, confusing fog with clouds, lots of good coffee and much much more. Here are a few shots that bring back so many memories. Also, if you are considering a relaxing honeymoon on Pacific North West please check out Wild Spring Habitat Cabins because the experience of staying there just for one night was transcendent.Read More