Tag: downtown Charleston portraits
I had the pleasure of photographing the cast and crew of the Werewolf’s Curse, Hair today Gone Tomorrow. They are currently in rehearsal for their performances the first weekend in April. They are the Clemente Players, directed by Dr. Sharon Willis (pictured in the front). All proceeds of the play go to benefit the Clemente Class, which is a pioneering educational experiment for the most needy of our society designed to fight the cycle of poverty by providing higher humanities education to those who would never otherwise have that opportunity. Click here to see the larger picture!
Jesse and Liza were married at St. John’s Lutheran Church–a historic beauty nestled in a hard-to-find alley in downtown Charleston. The group had a great time and we had lots of opportunity for some creative portraiture.
Liza is a DELIGHT. The best man, Brian, captured it in his toast, that this bride is the happiest and kindest person he knows. Jesse hit it big on this one.
Three Lions Club on Daniel Island is quite a find! The venue provides several different adjoining rooms with posh furnishing where guests could gather and have conversation, but the flow and dancing happened very organically. Good choice!
This wedding was a particular pleasure to be a part of, as Jesse and Liza and I went to High School together. So it was great seeing some of my old friends and classmates.
The album is now posted! Click below to see the entire wedding album!
We had the pleasure of photographing Rebekah and Korey’s military ceremony at Summerall Chapel. This was a happy first for the studio in that, while Korey is a distinguished Marine, he is not an alumni of the Citadel — but Rebekah is attending Grad school there. Summerall is of course one of our very favorite church settings in Charleston for photography, and the Citadel Beach House is one of the nicest (and well lit) venues that provide for both a beach reception and a large, in-door reception hall.
This classic couple was surrounded so many happy friends and family. You could tell that their parents were so proud. I love being around that sort of thing.
Stay tuned for the Full album to be posted later this week!
Kaitlin and Robert got married 5 years ago on January 3rd, 2004 at Summerall Chapel. Their wedding was one of the first weddings I shot after taking over the Studio from my dad, and their album was the first flushmount storybook ablum that we produced by special request for Kaitlin. That storybook was the forerunner for our entire present album product line. So Kaitlin and Robert are a big deal for us around here (I still have a picture of her haning in the studio!).
Robert is finally back from serving our country in the Middle East, and they came to downtown Charleston to stay at the French Quarter Inn, where they stayed their honeymoon night.
AND THEY BROUGHT COLLIN, their 10 month-old little boy.
So of course we did a family portrait shoot right there at the Inn. It was great to see them again, especially on such a special day. Here are a few of the shots:
When you’re 18 months old, your legs are made for walking and running, but sitting still makes you cranky. Rocks are one of your favorite toys, and your photographer has to be ready for your split second adorable poses. Darby was no exception, and Nathan and I had the pleasure of photography her family recently around Waterfront Park in downtown Charleston. Thank you so much for playing outside with us! Here are some of our favorite shots from the shoot:
Talk about a cute couple! Leah and Rob are getting married this coming April on a family plantation in a little town outside of Greenwood, SC. It’s going to be so neat and unique!
We had a great engagement portrait session! We started in Waterfront Park, and wandered around the Customs House, and a few alleyways on East Bay St.
Here are a few of my favorites:
Gil + Nicole = FUN!
A couple of weeks ago, I had a crazy fun afternoon engagement session with Nicole and Gil! Let me tell you, these two are my type of couple! Their fun-loving personalities matched perfectly with my creativity that day. I told Nicole that we have good “photo karma” – haha! They were up for anything, so we got some really unique and different shots. I can’t wait for their wedding!
I just love this one of them on the train tracks behind the U.S. Customs House!
One of my favorite Charleston attributes is all the fabulous wrought iron! The creative, handcrafted detail makes for a great photograph, if you ask me!
We often discuss at our studio how spoiled we Charleston photographers are to be around such awesome color & texture everywhere we turn! This is one of my favorite alleyways:
I love the lines of the tall staircase at the Customs House.
(Gil and Nicole were so great to let me “play” with them with all of my silly ideas!)
The downtown sunset was lovely that day too!
(post by Valerie Schooling)
Last Thursday, after having to reschedule twice due to rain, I finally got to meet Sharon, Wade and Millie downtown Charleston for family portraits! The weather was perfect (finally!)
We had so much fun! We went on a “walk” around some of my favorite spots downtown, and took portraits along the way! Here are a few of my favorites:
You can view their whole album of photos through the month of November here: http://knowles.photoherald.com/index.php/view_event.php