Liz + Kyle | Peconic, NY

In just a few days, I’ll be celebrating my sixth year as a wedding photographer, and I seriously can’t believe it! These past six years have taught me so much about myself and the incredible gift I’ve been given in this life – the gift of getting to capture two people, madly in love, in all the gorgeous stages they go through together. It’s definitely been a wild ride, but it’s one that I wouldn’t change for anything!

As a photographer, I’ve always considered myself to be a visual storyteller. I’ve been given the honor of weaving together images with the natural candor that two people in love have, and it allows me to create a little time capsule of the time you’ve spent as an engaged couple. Taking the time out of your busy schedules to book a session that memorializes this time in your life is something you will always love looking back on! And for me, being able to be part of your memories is something I cherish so, so much. I absolutely love getting to hear about how you met, the romantic proposal, and all the plans you have for the future, so please, tell meĀ everything!

Liz + Kyle’s story is definitely one of my favorites, because it all started in high school, where they met and fell in love! I adore when my couples have a long, rich history together, because every photo is always steeped in that gorgeous energy only two people who have been together forever can possibly have. Liz + Kyle were so beautifully in love, and every kiss, every glance, was brimming with this gorgeous emotion. I couldn’t stop photographing them! I feel like every time I look at this stunning vineyard session, I’m transported back to the first time I knew I was in love with shooting weddings + engagements, and I can’t help but smile at how beautiful that feeling truly is.

I am so excited to share this gorgeous vineyard engagement (and Liz’s stunning ring!) that’s sure to make you swoon over and over again! Congratulations, you two!



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