Moeller-Creel Wedding

A few weeks ago, I had the honor of visiting the Beauvoir for the first time since I moved here in 1996, but more importantly, I photographed a beautiful wedding there!

The wedding was picturesque, the weather ideal, and the bride was literally as beautiful as Barbie.  Everyone who saw her agreed! I wanted to share the photos from that day, and wish the newlyweds congratulations again!

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Snapshots of Raleigh, Part II

I’m back from Raleigh, NC but wanted to share more photos from the trip!  Last week I shared these photos, and now here’s another set!

I went to the North Carolina Museum of Art two days in a row last week.  It’s that awesome! There are 2 buildings housing artwork and there are multiple sculptures in the surrounding museum park and trails and I still didn’t get to see everything!  Again, I’d highly recommend a visit there!

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I even lost my lens cap twice and had to retrace my steps quite a bit to find it each time!

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There are even remains (the smokestack below and some other sculptures) of the old youth prison that was once housed there!raleigh-5-2

Then, the next day, I had the opportunity to go back to the Raleigh Rose Garden and do some portraits with some local models. One of the models was late, so I unfortunately didn’t get many photos with her due to time restraints, but it was still really fun to work with them, as well as the other 2 photographers who were there!

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Overall, I really enjoyed my visit. The weather was great, the city was really fun to explore and everyone that I met was extremely nice.  Even that far North (even though NC is still technically the “South”), Southern hospitality is still easy to find!