Tag Archives: chicago wedding photography

elyse + jr | intimate outdoor wedding | homer glen, il.

The first thing you need to know about Elyse and JR’s wedding day was that this was their “Plan C” – they were originally supposed to get married in May 2020, but then postponed with their vendors to November. Once we got into the fall months and after some complications with their original venue, Elyse…

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jamie + matt | intimate church ceremony | naperville, il.

If there’s one thing that’s wildly clear as we near the end of 2020, it’s that this year has not only been unlike any other, but also that none of us could have come close to imagining this experience. This was my tenth year of photographing weddings, and yet I could never have pictured so…

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josh + lauren | wedding at the stables | kewanee, il.

Josh and Lauren started, as did many couples who planned a 2020 wedding prior to the pandemic, with plans for a wedding day that looked quite a bit different the celebration they ended up with. Their wedding was originally supposed to take place back in May, and once the Department of Defense signed into effect…

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courtney + robert | intimate garden wedding ceremony | warehouse 109.

If there’s one thing I love about weddings in the midst of the pandemic, it’s the allowance of intentionality that comes along with these restrictions. It feels sort of silly to suggest that we are being given a gift of allowance as other parts of this experience are taken away from us, but it also…

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kari + clay | maui tropical plantation wedding | maui, hi.

Kari and Clay are each the youngest of their siblings, and they met years ago when they were both young and growing up in Central Illinois and waiting to see where life would take them. They actually met through their older siblings – Kari’s sister became good friends with Clay’s brothers while they were in…

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