blog_title_decoration2016 | ADVENTURES

“It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.”
– Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

2016 started and ended in Maui, which is a-ok by me!! In between, I didn’t collect as many stamps in my passport as I normally do, but several months this year were devoted to selling our old home, buying a new one (we struck out 7 times before we got an accepted offer on the one!!), and moving into a new studio space the very same weekend we closed on both houses. Needless to say April-July flew by in the blink of an eye. Before and after that, I had the opportunity to visit Cuba (which has been on my bucket list since the inception of my bucket list), the Cayman Islands (including puddle-jumping to Little Cayman), Phoenix, Sedona, the Grand Canyon, Death Valley, Las Vegas, Boston, Cape Cod, Chicago (for Beyoncé’s Formation World Tour!!), The Bahamas, NYC, North Carolina, and finally, Oahu & Maui for my 4th annual birthday trip, though it wasn’t solo this year- I traveled with my entire immediate family!

2016 was also the year of new cameras. I found the perfect medium format film travel companion: the Mayima 6 (all the square images you seen below were captured on this camera). I also got a GoPro, a mirrorless digital, and a new iPhone 7+ (after being robbed in the Bahamas! Travel always keeps you on your toes!).

Now that life is back to normal, 2017 is sure to be an amazing year too! Cheers to lots of adventure!

Wanna see more? Check out 2015, 2014, or my travel blog.




















































blog_title_decoration2016 | A YEAR IN REVIEW

2016 was a good year!!! New house, new studio, 24 spectacular weddings, 48 of the sweetest brides and grooms a girl could ever ask for, countless other clients who got engaged, or welcomed new babies, or launched new and exciting businesses, an incredible community of vendor friends (what would I do without you all?!?), and a husband, family, and good friends who support me 100%. 🙌🏻

THANK YOU!!!!

{For even more, take a look back at 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011.}