I had the pleasure of covering Abby & Ruyi’s special day in San Juan Puerto Rico last September. It was such a beautiful wedding and thank you for making me a part of your special day. We started off with getting ready photos at the hotel and then made our way to old San Juan in the heavy rain. Anyone that knows San Juan would feel my pain 🙂 It poured hard and within a few minutes, the sun was out and humid. We almost did not make it out there for the photos but I’m glad we did. The couple opted to do a first look and we were able to really capture some amazing photos. This is a longer than normal blog post, I tried my very best to summarize the entire day into approximately 100 photos.

Abby & Ruyi thank you for making me your photographer, BJ and I had a blast covering your special day! Osarume thank you for all your help with the planning.

Enjoy!

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Engagement shoots are usually fun and typically bring out the couples character, some couples love the simple session while others like the more dramatic session. My advise has always, do what makes you happy or we can go somewhere beautiful to shoot! We had the pleasure of shooting Ezi & Nduka’s e-session at President Woodrow Wilson House in Washington DC, they will be getting married in August. This is the home to which President and Mrs. Wilson retired from the White House in 1921. President Wilson lived here until his death in 1924, and wife lived in the home until her death in 1961, at which time she bequeathed the home and its furnishings to the National Trust for Historic Preservation to serve as a monument to President Wilson. The home and gardens were designed by architect Waddy Butler Wood and were completed in 1915. The home has been maintained much as it was in 1924, including furniture, art, photographs, state gifts, and the personal effects of President and Mrs. Wilson.
The drawing room includes a century-old Steinway piano that President Wilson had in the White House, a framed mosaic that Wilson received on his trip to Italy in 1919 from Pope Benedict XV, and a wall-sized Gobelin tapestry presented by the people of France following World War I.
I loved every room in this house and here are some of my favorite images from our shoot at the hou

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We shot Shayo & Ayo’s engagement session back in October of 2015. We decided to drive up to Sunset Hills Vineyard for the shoot. It was an extremely beautiful day and the winery was absolutely gorgeous for photography.  Sunset Hills completed its first harvest in 2001, with more than six tons of Chardonnay picked and sold to local wineries. The vineyard fris approximately seven acres, planting Cabernet Franc and Viognier, two of Virginia’s signature varietals. The old barn  has evolved into a stunning 8,000 square foot winemaking facility. If you ever in Virginia you should visit!

Enjoy some of my favorite images from their session. As you’ll observe, we really had a fun shoot…

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