I had the pleasure of finding Michelle online and LOVE her enthusiasm and knowledge of skin care and the services she offers at Eclat Clinical Esthetics in Huntersville. Here are some pictures of her new location, check it out! She’s booking up fast and I imagine next year she will be booking one month in advance. https://www.eclatmedspa.com/
Sweet!! 2017 was a Good Year!! Thank you to all my clients who took the time to review my work and services! Thank you!!
To see a glimpse of the wonderful people I photographed last year
take a look at my 2017 Year in Review Here: 2017 Year in Review
I wondered why I had so few inquiries since this new website went “live” and now I know. I was Not receiving any of the inquires from the contact forms
people sent. The problem has finally been resolved and I am replying to each inquiry. I’m soooooo sorry for anyone that thought I was not interested in
photographing your beach family portrait sessions or wedding. Sincerely, Sonja Revells
I was ecstatic when Paige contacted me about her intimate and romantic wedding she envisioned at Rosemary Beach. When I met her and John in person our personalities clicked even more than when we had talked on the phone. On her wedding day we were completely in tune in how things should be placed without interupting the easy and natural flow of the day. They were married in a small ceremony officiated by her father in the courtyard of a beautiful home in Rosemary where they were surrounded by family and friends. Aftewards we all went to the beach to take some sunset photos and everyone enjoyed a wonderful dinner aftewards at The Pearl. Long Live Love! Congratulations Paige and John!
Megan and Chad were married last month at the beautiful Carillon Beach, Florida… one of the premium all inclusive locations along the Gulf Coast of Florida. Megan reserved the penthouse for her and her bridesmaids to get ready in which afforded for some GREAT picture opportunities. The wedding took place nearby on the beach where guests where shuttled via golf carts. The reception was held outdoors on Market Street which helped to create a festive and casual Florida evening and party. I don’t think I have seen more smiles on a bride’s face, than sweet Megan had that day. Congratulations Megan and Chad!!!
Lindsey and Sean were married recently at the Emerald Grande in Destin, Florida. The festivities started off with a Mexican themed rehearsal dinner filled with gifts and margaritas! Lindsey planned her wedding far in advance of most of my clients and hoped as everyone does, for sunny weather… unfortunately there was light rain during her ceremony which made it all that much more important for me to help her get AWESOME pictures from her Trash the Dress session a few days later. Which I think we did! Friends and family came from all over the country to help these two lovebirds celebrate their nuptials… and they didn’t let a few rain drops spoil the party. RSVP Weddings and Events helped to coordinate the flawless event (beside the weather) flowers were provided by Sheer Elegance and helped make the already swanky reception area even more beautiful. B-boy productions kept the music jamming and guests danced the night away!
Theresa and Dominique were married in Rosemary Beach, Florida. Unfortunately it does rain here along our sunny Gulf Coast but that didn’t keep their guests from dancing the night away under a big top tent filled with HUGE balloons and great music! This was by far the most energetic wedding reception I have photographed so far. (sorry to my previous brides) Theresa picked out many one of a kind items to incorporate in her wedding, from her casual vintage wedding dress, custom paper cake topper to the gift bags she gave her bridesmaids and a photo booth with some of the coolest props I have seen so far. Everyone had a great time and the party really did… end too soon.
Uhh…. actually it’s kinda true. Luckily there are still SOME people out there that can tell the difference between a true professional photographer versus someone who just bought “a nice camera” lol…. and uses filters in editing software to make them acceptable. Unfortunately prices are being driven down drastically and true, full time professional photographers whose sole income comes from their work, are being out bidded for jobs by part time amateurs who can charge like $50 because it’s more of a hobby for them. This is when the women must separate themselves from the girls. 😉 That last part is because I’m a female.. lol