They were friends for a while, boyfriend and girlfriend for a bit, and now husband and wife for a long time to come.Read More
Every bride deserves to be treated like royalty, and royalty deserve to be placed in a castle. That was the case for Nikki’s bridal portrait session.Read More
These two meet half a world away from home, and now they are building one together. Grant and Meaghan met in Saudi Arabia. One was an airplane mechanic, the other was a nurse. They carried on the love back home.Read More
This wedding was truly one of the most intimate and most touching ones I have ever done, and not just because of the sweet sentiments, the beautiful sights, and gorgeous people, but because of how connected I felt. She’s shot weddings with me before, and now the time came for me to shoot hers.
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Some of the most beautiful things in life are small, intimate moments that only few bare witness. That was the case for the wedding of two joyous and loving people. A touching way to kick off the new year, Jill and Brady Stoever said their vows on the historic and scenic Conway River Walk in front of an audience of one: me. What the ceremony lacked in numbers, it was made up for in spirit and laughter.Read More
It's fun living in a small town and working with locals, because chances are you have crossed paths with them numerous times. I didn't grow up with either of them, but I met Mitch and Haley when they were dating and both working at a local restaurant that my wife and I went to pretty regularly. They became very close to us and it was a lot of fun to watch their relationship grow. Mitch even told me when he got the ring and planned to propose, so it's an honor to get to document their lives through my photos. We decided to take a stroll around The Market Common in Myrtle Beach for a few photos before their big day. Click through to see all the photos!Read More
Dustin and Melina are missionaries and are from two completely different sides of the world, but through their calling they met in a foreign place doing work for God and fell in love. Melina if from the island of Cypress and Dustin is from right here in South Carolina. They decided to have their wedding here at Upper Mill Plantation and it was a wonderful experience to see them promise their lives to each other.Read More
I grew up in Conway, South Carolina and maybe it's just the southerner in me, but I love hometown church weddings. I find them so elegant and meaningful to the couple. It's pretty awesome to get married in the same church you grew up in. That was the case here for Tamara and Zach who had a beautiful June wedding with all of their friends and family.Read More
It's so much fun to see young couples tie the knot. There was so much excitement and love between them that it made for a gorgeous dayRead More
Alex and Ryan were a ton of fun! We started out in the Market Common and worked our way to the Myrtle Beach State Park. I love how relaxed they both are with each other. Having shot their engagement and now wedding, I can say that they really do truly enjoy each other. They are both fantastic people that have big hearts for their patients, students and their big teddy bear of a dogRead More
When most people think of a wedding in Myrtle Beach, they think of being on the beach or at least at a place very near the beach, because why not? You're on the beach! When you grow up here though, it's a little different.Read More
Laura and Jason's springtime ceremony was the perfect use of everything that Wildberry Farm has to offer. With a lovely pond-side ceremony and barn reception, the made the most of the beautiful weather. I think one of my favorite things about their decor were all of the floral arrangements; it just all spoke so much and made everything so lively. The southern charm used around everything from the meal to the croquet outside was just elegant in an inviting way that made the day just that much more specialRead More
Trisha and Pat's wedding day was so much fun for everyone involved. Having the ceremony in Holden Beach and then the reception at the Brick Landing Plantation, made for a wonderful array of scenery for the entire day. It's interesting, and very enticing for beach weddings, that the ceremony site on the beach there is a good distance from the water and in between dunes to allow less wind to disrupt and still allow for plenty of seated guests. What a beautiful day that I was honored to be a part of!Read More
Wildberry Farm is so much fun for both portrait sessions and weddings. There are so few venues in the Myrtle Beach area that provide so many different types of places for inspiration in one location! From a luxurious loft apartment to wooded nature walks to the beautiful barn reception hall. One of my absolute favorite things on property is this beautifully placed swing right outside of the loft! With all the amazing places around the Wildberry property, my client Shannon wanted to take advantage of the beautiful weather and scenery for her bridal portrait session.Read More
Nothing makes me happier than working with couples. I love to see people that love each other. I guess that's what makes me suited so well for my job! With this beautiful destination wedding, Shelly and James travelled with their family down from Michigan to enjoy the beautiful weather in Myrtle Beach for their nuptials. It was so much fun to see Shelly prepare with her family and even an impromptu footrace in her dress down the hall with her son! These are the types of moments I love to capture.
21 Main Events is located inside of North Beach Plantation with a gorgeous courtyard perfect for weddings of almost any size. Another bonus to 21 Main Events are the vast options for your event. Inside or outside, small or big, they have so many different ways to make it special just for you!Read More
Weddings are always a treat for me. Seriously, when someone asks me what it's like to be a photographer for a living my answer is always "It's the best job in the world". I get to be a part of a HUGE memory for two people. This is the day that they promise themselves to each other. FOREVER. And they wanted me to be a part of that. It truly is one of the biggest honors in the world. One of the only things that makes it even better, is being able to photograph the wedding of a friend.Read More
Trisha + Pat, two newly engaged Myrtle Beach visitors, wanted their engagement photos to portray themselves in a place they enjoyed: the Market Common. This location has proven to be simple, yet diverse in all that it has to offer. Having little to no setup time, the Market Common is packed with photography gold, ranging from modern colorblocked walls to the natural serenity of Valor Park. On top of that, shots of warm brick, walls of ivy, column-and-lattice walkways, and flowing fountains offer stunning backdrops to couples of every kind, for any occasion. Located very near Surfside and Murrells Inlet, Trisha + Pat felt right at home in one of their favorite destinations nestled in the heart of the Grand Strand.Read More
This engagement session couldn’t have been more wonderful as we walked the scenic Market Commons here in Myrtle Beach. Preston and Carleigh wanted a quick session so that they could have a photo to share with all their friends and family to announce their joyful news. To help them share the engagement photos even quicker, I provided an on-the-spot edit for them to share!
One of the most romantic locations on the Grand Strand would have to be Atalaya Castle at Huntington Beach State Park in the Murrells Inlet and Pawley’s Island area. With the help of this beautiful scenery these bridal portraits with the stunning Trisha Allen came out marvelously. Her jewelry, gorgeous dress and lovely bouquet all just made the magical qualities of this venue shine that much more! If you are looking for a fun traditional location in the Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet or Pawley’s Island areas make sure to check out Huntington Beach State Park!
This North Myrtle Beach bridal portrait session was simply magical! The beautiful scenery at The Surf Club made for an amazing evening as golden hour set in.
Heather found her dress at David’s Bridal and her grandmother made the beautiful flower arrangement for her bouquet. Heather and her fiancé Chris were also married at the Surf Club months later for a gorgeous spring ceremony over looking the golf course and ponds.
If you are looking for an amazing location in the North Myrtle Beach area, I highly suggest this wonderful venue!