Tiffany & Michael

Middleton Place, Charleston, SCOak Trees and AzaleasPalm Trees and HorsesInn at MiddletonBride getting readyWedding dress and flower girl basketRing shot on checkerboardBride getting into wedding dressGroom getting readyWedding Decorations, Middleton PlaceWide shot of ceremony before the weddingBride holding wedding bouquetBride walking down the aisle with her fatherBride and groom holding hands during the wedding ceremonyBride saying her vows during the weddingCute couple holding one another during wedding ceremonyGroom crying during the vowsWide shot of wedding ceremony at Middleton PlaceBride and Groom exit after ceremonyBride and Groom portraitsBride and Groom kissing after the ceremonyBridal portraitsFamily photos after the ceremonyEntire bridal party portraitWedding decorations, guest tableWedding decorations, sofa and lanternsCenterpieces, place sittings, and wedding tablesWedding reception dance floor with cafe lightsBride and groom kissing at the wedding receptionBride and Groom first danceBride and Groom first danceGuests laughing and being silly during the wedding receptionWedding reception dancingGuests dancing at wedding receptionGuests dancing at wedding receptionBride and Groom dancing at wedding receptionBride and groom sending off Sky LanternsBride and Groom exit with Sky Lanterns


Photographed by Philip
Wedding Coordinator: Intrigue Design & Events
Ceremony & Reception location: Middleton Place
DJ: Creative Sound
Florals: Loluma
Rentals: Snyder & Event DRS
Hair/Makeup: Carrie from Paper Dolls
Transportation: Charleston Style Limo

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Road-trip to the Desert | Film Style 1 of 2

A few weeks ago, my best friends Nick and Joe, and I all took a road trip out to the desert for a little work/vacation. All of us live in different states but each year we try to get together to hangout, take photos, and talk business. This year we decided to explore the desert of Utah and Nevada. First we flew into Las Vegas and had a really yummy–extremely overpriced–fancy dinner at a place called Carnevino. The next day we woke up early and headed north towards Zion National Park. The photos simply can’t capture the awe you get when fully surrounded by the towering canyons. After another morning of sunrise photos at Zion, we headed east to Bryce Canyon where we got a breathtaking view of the giant natural amphitheatres called hoodoos, which were formed by frost weathering and stream erosion (read more about it on Wikipedia). Later that evening we regained our strength with a delicious dinner in a town called Tropic and that night, we pulled into a place called Escalante. To be continued…

Everything was shot on Fuji 400H Film.

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Road-trip to the Desert | Film Style 2 of 2

The next morning, we were off to a terrible start. It was a Sunday and little did we know, everything in town was closed except for the gas station. So we scrabbled up boxed food and soup, then headed on our way. We were feeling adventurous and decided to take off rental-car minivan down a bumpy dirt road. It turned out to be a great decision because we happen to find Devil’s Garden, as you seen in the first images below. Next stop was Capitol Reef National Park, which was was my favorite place on the trip. As the sun was setting, we were able to catch a glimpse of Goblin Valley, which contains thousands of hoodoos just like Bryce canyon, only smaller. The next day, we rented an airplane in Moab , Utah and flew south to Monument Valley, stopping for a bite to eat in Page, Arizona before turning back. Next few days were we spent time exploring Moab, Canyonlands, and Arches National Park. Amazing stuff in all of those places! On our last day we drove west to Nevada and caught a small glimpse of alien country. Ha. We had an unforgettable trip and a great refresher. Enough said, check out some photos!

Everything was shot on Fuji 400H Film.

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