Category : Trash the Dress

Trash the Dress in the sand and water

Get Wet and Sandy

I read this book recently, and this phrase came up time and time again. “Get Wet and Sandy”, well here is my interpretation. ¬†This is to all our couples who aren’t afraid to roll in the sand for a photo ūüėÄ

Kristen and Matthias embrace in the afternoon sunlight in the Mayan

Cenote Session in Mexico

We go way back with these two. ¬†From the engagement session on their canoe in Kilcona park to Jamaica for their wedding. ¬†Jamaica is part of their DNA. ¬†I told them about Mexico and was able to convince them that it too was great and the culture was amazing. ¬†They said they would allow us to show them around and “give up one trip to Jamaica” to see what I kept telling them about. ¬†The pressure was on, and I […]

Trash the dress is not a literal thing

So many of my clients hear “trash the dress” and get scared. ¬†They think the name is literal. ¬†Most of the time the dress will actually come out cleaner than the day of the wedding. ¬†Fresh water and sand will not damage the dress. ¬†There is still¬†hesitation though. ¬†For those who have that “priceless” dress or shoes and would never imagine putting them at risk, you can always get away with a good substitute. [x_icon type=”lightbulb-o”] ¬†Here one bride got […]

Silvie and Lincoln looking striking while sitting waste deep in a cenote in Mexico

Silvie & Lincoln at Playa del Carmen Mexico

It’s not every day I get to photograph a sunrise session and trash the dress session in the humidity of the Mayan Riviera! It also just happened to be my biggest photography influence. We started out just north of town where the land just jets out enough to see the sun rise spectacularly rise above the Caribbean Ocean. Silvie looked flawless (as usual) as we started to photograph along the beach. The waves came and went as the sun slowly […]