we hit the ground running this season. there’s been a lot of changes – a new puppy + a new house + new contracts that came out of the blue.
I wouldn’t change a thing. except, maybe
Check the photo byline – I had the best experience shooting for the NY Times recently! On the weekend of October 28th/29th, I headed to Gander to take in the events surrounding the play
I’ve been super lucky to have grown up at a cabin.
Berry picking, swimming, water skiing, boating, skidooing, crafting, eating, nightly fires… Whatever we could get into, we did. Best of
we’ve been living it up these past few months. shooting a few big jobs (the special olympics, our local university, etc.) but mostly… eating and traveling and riding roller coasters and
just a heads up: I’ll be out of the country from March 22nd – April 1st so if you’re messaging within this time, I promise you have absolutely not been forgotten about!
this day went down as an all-time favorite. for more over on Cunning & Kennedy, click here.
we love to keep things natural, but that doesn’t mean we don’t like to show off and utilize some smoke every now and then too…
dennis + mary
In case you missed it, Dru and I over on Cunning & Kennedy were recently featured on Styled in Lace!
SIL is a fantastic blog operated by Colleen Fiske, which provides mountains of information
krista and gerard are the bomb. dru and I just put up the full anniversary shoot over on our cunning & kennedy blog, which you can check out here. hope you like!
dru’s shot and my shot side by side – can you tell who’s who?
we’re uploading content on cunning + kennedy all winter long, so click HERE to check out the latest wedding
it’s been a long month. and we’ve filled it with travel, beautiful weddings, family time, and time for us. you see, our team went back from three to two. and while the addition was
these two are great friends friends of ours, so when they told us they were thinking of eloping dru and I were all hands/feet/eyeballs in.
their ceremony was one of the most personal, thoughtful
and what a beautiful wedding day it was.
it even involved a few men in their hunting gear, an abandoned house or two, a rusted truck, couple of boats, and some quickly changing weather. can’t
newfoundland is amazing.
we live in corner brook and yet somehow, even though the codroy valley area is only about 2 hours away, I had never made it out there before this wedding. I have to say… it
I have no problem admitting that weddings always affect me. but this one was different, and i’ve never had a harder – and at the same time, easier – time holding up my camera and finding
if you aren’t familiar with the bottle cove/little port area, I recommend you hop in a car and go. like… now.
bottle cove is one of my favorite spots here in newfoundland – no
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