Monthly Archives: June 2009

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Ashley & Brad | Hilton Head Wedding Photographer

They decided  a long time ago that their wedding would be on a Thursday.  A Thursday at beautiful Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina.  This way, their relatives and friends from Connecticut and Massachusetts could enjoy what the South had to offer the rest of the week.

It was a fantastic idea.  Because Palmetto Bluff was a beautiful place to spend a week.  The scenery was enough eye candy to keep you satisfied for a year.

Ashley and Brad picked a perfect place for a wedding and another perfect place for the honeymoon.  Turks and Caicos, baby!

Here are some images from the wedding day.  Slideshow of the wedding will be up on Friday!

They chose to see each other before the ceremony!

This next shot was a happy accident.  I did a quick shot to check out the exposure.  Totally unposed and perfect.

Kristin & Jason

Since I was going to be in their neck of the woods to photograph a wedding, we decided to do Kristin & Jason’s engagement shots in Harbour Town of Hilton Head.

I got some awesome pictures of the two of them in cool settings!  And it never hurts when the couple is easy on the eyes.

I Found It!

The triplet’s mommy and I have been looking on line to fine similar settees to the one shown below.  Guess what, they run about $1500 and up.  Well, this price does not fit into my beer budget.

But this one sure does!  I am near Hilton Head to photograph a wedding.  I decided to check out a furniture consignment store called Bluffton’s Bargains and Treasures.  Price tag was $269!  I promptly bought it and then worried about getting it into the car.  She  is all mine (greedily rubbing hands together).

She will get a makeover to transform her to the picture above.

What she looks like stuffed into the back of the car.

To celebrate I headed to the Crazy Crab for lunch.

You know how people say you should live every day like it is your last.  I hate to be a party pooper, but if you did that, the laundry would never get done, the bills would not get paid and so on.

What it means to me is to  treat people with kindness and make sure the people I love, know I love them and to treat myself every now and then.

Here is my treat.  Not that I already did not treat myself with the settee.

And the view from my seat.


This is what 18 months look like.  He is getting big and he still has those beautiful lips.

Picture this.  Mom says he is getting to the point where he will not take two naps.  So when she puts him down, he lays in his crib making animal sounds to himself.  His favorite is the “Roooaaaaarrrrr” of the lion.

One happy and good looking family.

Dad was able to get Evan to make his ‘funny’ face.

Not suppose to go into the water.  Sorry mom and dad.

I think the t-shirt explains it all.

The shirt belonged to daddy when he was a little boy.  The apple does not fall far from the tree.