As a lover of all things artful and minimal, I was immediately drawn to the work of Kenzie Victory. She has developed a recognizable aesthetic, and I am pleased to have her share her journey in wedding photography, especially how she stays true to her voice without concerning herself with industry norms that don't support her vision.
Nikki of Shotgunning for Love has a great range of talents. While she has been a successful calligrapher for years, she recently also taught herself film photography. I am excited for her to share how she picked up film photography and her approach to photographing brand shoots.
Elizabeth LaDuca is a wedding photographer based in Boston with a minimal, artful aesthetic. Scrolling through her images, I feel a sense of peace, which I am certain she brings to everything she does. I was thrilled to be a small part of her recent Halide workshop, and today she is sharing her approach in formatting this community learning experience.
Kate Shilling is the owner of NOUS/NY, a wedding planning & styling business based in New York, specializing in intimate, food focused weddings. I admire her style and aesthetic because it pushes traditional boundaries while remaining timeless. She is an inspiration to me, and I am thrilled to share her thoughts on building a niche business in the wedding industry.
Rebecca Yale is a highly regarded destination wedding photographer who has been published in Martha Stewart Weddings, Brides, Marie Claire, and many more. She is as kind as she is talented and I am thrilled that she is sharing some of her thoughts and approaches to the craft of wedding photography and especially flat lay styling.