Last fall I had the chance to accompany Justin from C&I Photographers down to St. Lucia to second shoot this wedding. I knew it would be wonderful, but I had no idea just how beautiful St. Lucia was, and when we saw the luxurious Jade Mountain Resort perched on a cliff and Kimmi’s red wedding dress we got a little giddy. This wedding was spectacular. Just a few of their friends for a ceremony and a candle dinner on the roof of Jade Mountain, overlooking the water and the mountains above Soufriere. The wedding staff at Jade Mountain was incredible, making the whole day run so smoothly for everyone. I would highly recommend Jade Mountain or its sister resort Anse Chastanet for a Caribbean destination wedding. Justin thanks so much for having me along, let’s go back!

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17 Responses to “Jade Mountain Wedding // St. Lucia”

  1. ayesha says:

    Sarah. OMG. this is absolutely breathtaking… I can’t even. flawless. gorgeous. makes me feel tummy butterflies. like… I have a crush on these pictures, seriously <3

  2. Brilliant. That one of the groomsmen walking over the walkway is like a still from a film.

  3. Sarah says:

    Wow, Sarah!! These are sooooo gorgeous! Really impressive work here. xoxo

  4. Dorothy More says:

    Simply Perfect. This is by far the MOST beautiful display of true love. You captured the feeling of innocent love and this wedding so perfect, the bride is so perfect, the groom is so perfect, WOW pristine ART. LOVE, LOVE this!

  5. Paul Fuller says:

    Wow this is seriously good, and the red dress my goodness, the bride looks spectacular!

  6. WHAT. Sarah. I just am so floored by these!

  7. Um, holy geez! These are AMAZING!!!!

  8. Mario Colli says:

    Are you serious ???? this is too good.

  9. Daphne K. says:

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! The shots of the happy couple (and the solo shot of the bride) on the rocks – absolutely breathtaking!

  10. Amazeballs. Big ones.

  11. Adam Ward says:

    Amazing work!! From you little detail shots to the variety of ways you’ve used the light in your portraits.

  12. Scott Wilson says:

    Fantastic first kiss shot and really love the sunset tones throughout

  13. tobiah says:

    wow. I got to get me one of these weddings! amazing. you captured it perfectly. my favourite has to be the shot of the bride on the rocks

  14. heather nan says:

    Freaking wedding envy here. BOOM! Beautiful. The groomsmen shot of them approaching the aisle? Stellar.

  15. Kat Forsyth says:

    That venue is amazing! Gorgeous shots! I love that she wore red – it really pops!

  16. Sachin Khona says:

    RED! Wow.
    Yes.
    So much winning!

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One year ago today:

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Happy birthday sweet girl!
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For the full set of birth images go here.

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  1. Nicola says:

    love love love that 2nd shot, insanely beautiful!

  2. Valerie says:

    How adorable she’s turning out to be. I love the original birth series too. It made me tear up. I love the lighting contrast between the intensity of the birth and the joy of her first birthday.

  3. Awwww THANK YOU!! looking forward to seeing you again soon :)

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A beautiful day with a beautiful couple. We traipsed all over Georgetown and the Franciscan Monastery in DC for their engagement session. You can see a few other photos featured over on United With Love.

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11 Responses to “Georgetown Engagement // Christine and Michael”

  1. Matt says:

    beautiful work, perfect use of light in these portraits.

  2. Lovely intimate portraits. Great posing.

  3. Heather E says:

    This is so beautiful! Such great use of creative composition in these. Stunning work.

  4. I love that image you took from above where you used the leaves to frame them. Great eye!

  5. Wow I absolutely love these. Gorgeous shadow work.

  6. Isabelle says:

    Lovely set of photos, and I can’t wait to see their wedding pics. I bet they’ll be stunning too!

  7. Adorable couple, and I just love Christine’s dress! Lovely shots.

  8. Tim Kelly says:

    These are really great photos. I love the shot looking down on them though the tree. Also the shot of her laughing at the start is stunning.

  9. Jessie says:

    Love how you play with light and shadows! These are beautiful!

  10. brett says:

    really, really great work! love georgetown and love this shoot!

  11. WOW. That first black and white. WOW. So incredibly classic- and I mean that in the “this is still going to make people say “WOW” 100 years from now” kind of way.

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Tata Harper Vermont Farm Visit

February 28, 2014

About a year ago I discovered Tata Harper’s luxurious natural skincare line and fell in love. When Caitlin from The Glitter Guide invited me with her on a trip to visit Tata’s farm I jumped at the chance. I already believed in the quality and philosophy behind the line, but seeing where it all happens and hearing Tata talk about how she sources her ingredients, not compromising on any aspect of the line made me even more excited about what she is doing. We had a wonderful stay in Tata’s guest house decorated with antiques and special keepsakes. Tata’s husband Henry showed us all around the farm and told us hilarious stories, then we met up in the offices for an ingredient smelling session and to pepper Tata with questions. After a lovely dinner we collapsed in the guesthouse beds. In the morning we made another sweep around the farm with our coffee, greeting the chickens and checking out Tata’s garden (still growing lavender in the middle of winter!), greenhouse and herb drying facility before heading home. Caitlin’s take on the visit is up on Glitter Guide, and there are also a few more photos on the Darling Magazine┬ásite.
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2 Responses to “Tata Harper Vermont Farm Visit”

  1. Valerie says:

    What a lovely little haven! I love the life that radiates from all the corners of the farm, even in the cold of winter in these photos.

  2. Johanna says:

    What beautiful shots! Makes me want to spend the weekend.

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