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LGBTQ and Same Sex  Wedding Photographer Portfolio


Willow Heights Mansion Wedding | Morgan Hill, California | Amanda and Stefanie

“We’ll look back someday at this moment that we’re in and I’ll look at you and say, and IView full post »

Walker’s Overlook Wedding | Walkersville, Maryland | Amanda and Lauren

“I need someone. I need to hold somebody close. And I need more than this holding. I need someone to understand how IView full post »

Stouts Island Wisconsin Wedding | Andrea and Tara

Today I want to tell you the story of Andrea and Tara. You may remember them from their engagement photos last fall inView full post »

Roswell River Landing Wedding | Jimmy and Steve

Today I want to tell you the story of Jimmy and Steve’s beautiful end of summer wedding at the Roswell RiverView full post »

Atlanta Botanical Garden Engagement Photos | Jasmyn and Shakyla

Today I’d like to introduce you to Shakyla and Jasmyn, the funniest women alive. I know that’s a fairlyView full post »

Lesbian couple with wedding party at Brasstown Valley Resort

Brasstown Valley Resort Wedding | Taylor and Lizzy

“Each time you love, love as deeply as if it were forever” -Audre Lorde Today is all about Taylor andView full post »

Lesbian wedding at All Saints

All Saints’ Chapel Same Sex Blessing in Sewanee Tennessee | Eva and Kathryn

“Give me long days in the sun, Preludes to the nights to come Previews of the mornings laying in all lazyView full post »

Rachel and Russell Featured on Offbeat Bride

Rachel and Russell’s awesome wedding was featured on Offbeat Bride.  Yay! Go take a look and read allView full post »

Lesbian couple cuts wedding cake at their wedding reception in Sunday River Ski Resort

Sunday River Resort Wedding | Newry, Maine | Andrea and Stacia

“And even better, I get to be the other half of you.” -Sara Bareilles, I Choose You (ceremonyView full post »

Sandscrest Center, Wheeling, West Virginia Wedding | Rachel and Russell

“I know that I am…the luckiest one.” — Ben Folds, “The Luckiest”“Hold yourView full post »

Lesbian couple at their Unitarian Universalist wedding

Karen and Michelle | Unitarian Universalist Wedding in North Carolina

“For one human being to love another: that is perhaps the most difficult of our tasks; the ultimate, the lastView full post »

Annabeth and Elaine Featured on Equally Wed!

These two fabulous ladies were featured over on Equally Wed!  Go have a look….  We are so proud to have beenView full post »

Lesbian couple toss their bouquets at their wedding reception

Claire and Shikha | Piedmont Park Wedding in Atlanta

Let the bough break, let it come down crashing Let the sun fade out to a dark sky I can’t say I’d evenView full post »

Lesbian wedding photo from St. Lukes Episcopal Church in Atlanta

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Same Sex Wedding | Annabeth and Elaine

This is a very very special blog post.  While all of our wedding photography is creating a history for a new family,View full post »

Blair and Jo Get Married: Atlanta LGBT Wedding Photographer

A beautiful Atlanta same sex wedding ceremony for a lesbian couple at sunset with a gorgeous river and all their bestView full post »

Erin and Jen: Jackson, New Hampshire Wedding

This is the story of the perfect summer day when Erin and Jen got married in the beautiful mountains of Jackson, NewView full post »

LGBT Subject 1 and LGBT Subject 2: Engagement Session in Undisclosed Location

“This country will not be a good place for any of us to live in unless we make it a good place for all of us toView full post »



Same sex wedding photography is near and dear to my heart.  As I write this, my partner Jessica and I are approaching our first wedding anniversary and our 15th anniversary as a couple (see our 12th anniversary blog post here)…. so you can understand why same sex marriage rights are important to us.

Over the past few years, I’ve had the honor of photographing many LGBTQ couples and families.  Unfortunately, even in the much improved world we live in, these couples frequently need to ask me to not publish their images, like the couple who inspired me to write a blog post that went viral after I photographed their same sex engagement photography session.  Actually, you may have already seen that blog post, because it was also featured on A Practical Wedding.

Sometimes the LGBTQ couples that are fortunate enough to have the freedom to allow me to publish their images decide to speak up for marriage rights.  So I would encourage you to click on the links in the images and go read the stories of these beautiful couples and learn about Erin and Jen from their It Gets Better video by Nora McCormack from Softshell Productions.  Or see what happens when Beka asks Kacey to marry her in their same sex marriage proposal in Piedmont Park in downtown Atlanta.

And now, I should probably explain why it is important to label this page LGBTQ and same sex wedding photography instead of just wedding photography.  Because I know you’re busy, I’ll be brief here and refer you to an article I wrote about being a same sex wedding photographer and the importance of using labels on the internet.  But, the short version is that I label these images and label the weddings on my blog so that people who need a same sex wedding photographer can find me.  

In these incredibly polarized times we live in, with same sex marriage on the news every night, shopping for a same sex wedding photographer or baker or caterer can be complicated and frustrating, and stressful. Really stressful.  Which is why I’m making a special effort by creating this page to let other LGBTQ couples know I’m out here and that I want to be your same sex wedding photographer.  So if you’re searching for a photographer for your wedding, I’d love to talk to you and learn more about your wedding plans.  Just email me right now and let’s talk about your awesome wedding plans.

In the meantime, I’ll keep watching the news with a hopeful heart for the day that I can take this page down and they can all just be “weddings”. That day is closer than ever.