Category Archives: Peek At

Displays all of the blog posts based on my experiences.

Firehouse Chicago // Amy + Pranas

A Wes Anderson inspired wedding where my bride, Amy, designed and sewed her own dress (and the robes for her mom + sister AND she also designed the paper suite, too). The level of detail that Amy and Pranas put into their wedding was remarkable — especially given that it was for such a small group [...]

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Wooden Archival Photo Storage Box + Prints

Starting in 2019, each of my wedding packages will include a wooden photo storage box, a metal flash drive, and a collection of archival prints. This solid box has a magnetic nook on the lid’s underside for your USB drive. The USB contains all of your high resolution photographs. The storage box includes a collection [...]

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Strange Lofts // Ashlee + Froilán

A queer Cinco de Mayo brunch, non-binary wedding on a Saturday in Evanston, Illinois at the Strange Lofts with a sweet family is a bangin’ way to start off the month of May.

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Mallory + Kenneth

For their March wedding, Mallory and Kenneth stepped into the Champaign County Courthouse for an intimate winter gathering with their dearest friends and family. Their officiant, the Honorable Randall Rosenbaum, sent the couple off with thoughtful, heartfelt words on their commitment to one another. With downtown Urbana’s Crane Alley and Sipyard just a few steps away, we walked around [...]

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2017 travel

Photography work in 2017 will bring coast to coast travel for me. As always, it will be a mix of business and pleasure — or rather, pleasurable business. I was tempted to title this post as “In Search Of” because I’m looking for something. What it is yet — I don’t know. This year, I [...]

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501 Union, Brooklyn // Allison + BA

Allison and Beth Anne’s Galentine’s Day (ahem, that’s Valentine’s Day for gals as coined by Leslie Knope on Parks & Rec for those of you who don’t follow) wedding at 501 Union in Brooklyn, NY was the greatest. OK, so it was actually on February 14th and not the 13th like Galentine’s is meant to [...]

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