Category Archives: Weddings

Chicago White Eagle Resort Wedding Photography: Erin and Dan

Erin and Dan’s Christmas wedding at White Eagle  in Naperville was a terrific way to end the season with my friend and second shooter, Travis Haughton. They both love the holidays, and incorporated their annual Ugly Christmas Sweater party into their own wedding.   Combine that with their fun friends that crowded the dance floor, and…

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Chicago Wedding Photography: Amy and Dom

I love spending time with Amy and Dom.   I know Amy will make me laugh while Dom’s accent makes me smile even before he completes a sentence.   They booked me to shoot their wedding a year in advance, and I truly appreciate how much photography means to them.  I also knew their friends…

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Chicago Salvage One Wedding Photography: Mona and Pete

I’m so pleased to share Mona and Pete’s wedding at Chicago’s Salvage One.  This venue is just as unique and special as they are, and was the perfect setting for their special day. I got to know these two during our engagement session at North Ave. Beach and knew their wedding would be quite unique, with…

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  • Monier BotrosOctober 13, 2013 - 10:45 am

    Great collectionReplyCancel

Glencoe Wedding Photography: Nina and David

I’m excited to share Nina and David’s wedding at the North Shore Congregation Israel, including a lovely outdoor ceremony.   Sorting through all of their photographs, it’s hard to find one where they aren’t smiling and laughing together, as if they were sharing a secret.  If I had to guess, the secret is out:  these…

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Chicago Wedding Photography: Liz and Ryan in black and white

Liz and Ryan will make you smile, even if you’re feeling grumpy.    Documenting them was a pleasure because they just radiate happiness! I shot their wedding with my friend and second shooter, Erin Hoyt.  We met Liz and Ryan at the beautiful Notre Dame de Chicago for their ceremony and then to the Eaglewood…

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  • MaminatuNovember 26, 2015 - 2:05 am

    Thanks for that special evnnieg you shared. Most of all, keep on shooting with your heart and children eyes, it makes us see the world brighter! Fantastic work!!!ReplyCancel