Last year I had the pleasure of capturing the Jarrett family for the second time. It’s amazing to see how much little ones grow in just a year! It’s such an honor to capture these memories that will become family heirlooms and more priceless as time goes by. I just love doing family sessions now, it’s a part of my business that I have not really concentrated my efforts, that just have to change! And that is for one and only one reason, I’m pretty darn good at it! Haha. Loved when dad at the end of the session said, ” oh you’re gonna witness this little girl grow!” That’s amazing to me.

 

For this post I decide to post all but one image in black and white. Just love the look of black and white, and it gives that much more of an impact to the last image.

 

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Always awesome to take road trips away from Cleveland and embark on adventures. My destination was Marblehead Lighthouse where I was meeting a very fantastic couple that traveled from Michigan to have their session. It was a fantastic time, lots of laughs and conversations. We stayed in the area until sunset, no matter how many times I watch a sunset it always catches me by surprise of just how breathtaking it is to witness it. So poetic in so many ways! I seriously can’t wait to capture Evelyn and Gene’s wedding later this year in Cleveland.

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  • May 18, 2015 - 7:10 pm

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When Marci and Jon expressed their interest in having their bridal party portraits done at a warehouse I was jumping with excitement, it’s such a contrast from the places I usually take portraits during a wedding day. For the longest time I have wanted to photograph at the former Warner & Swasey warehouse, an abandoned warehouse in Cleveland in the corner of E. 55th and Carnegie. Before the wedding day I went and explored the place and it was surprisingly very easy to access with lots of open space. No surprise this is a spot many photographers and filmmakers have explored, the place is filled with character, one of those cool secrets hidden in Cleveland. We had a great time there and the photos came out phenomenal. The reception took place at La Malfa Centre.

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