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    Please view my most recent work in my blog below, or browse my portfolio by clicking the link above. For more information about me, faq's, and pricing, please follow the information link.

If you haven’t gotten a chance to check it out yet, I am extremely thrilled to share my new portfolio site,… it took forever but it’s finally up and running. I wanted to move forward from the flash design, the music, the giant logo etc and just have a good space to feature my work. My idea was to build sort of a tapestry of my images that work all together looking at them as one piece (you can zoom out on your browser to populate more images per row), and also be able to view them individually in a clean and simple environment. Designed by my dear client/friend, the brilliantly talented Jenny Ryf Doucedame (remember their wedding & their couple session?) and programmed by Nick Iverson– an absolute pleasure to work with! Also, during the entire design process, Jenny and I managed to converse entirely via email using strictly Summer Heights High lingo… SO professional… Jenny also happens to have a rad new t-shirt line out right now: TUCO. You may also notice my blog design has been slightly updated, as well as my infofaq’s pages.

Click below to view my new portfolio (some images may be nsfw).

  • January 11, 2012 - 11:34 pm
  • March 5, 2012 - 8:57 am

    Eposure_Tim - Love your site and love your imagery.
    Happily save up my money to fly over to the states and have me and my families’ portrait shot by you…
    Tim :o)

In our 17 years together he went everywhere with me, every move to every city and every house. When I first brought him home he was 4 weeks old and could fit his entire little body into the palm of my hand. Since I was 18 years old, he loved me, followed me all around… for half of my life he has been my heart. He is the greatest and most beautiful creature I have ever known. My Grand Teacher, the only other love of my life.

Russia, The King, has died. In my arms, at home. We buried his sweet little body outside near his favorite bush, wrapped him in a beautiful scarf, with flowers and his toy. Back to Nature. We played this song at his funeral. My heart and soul are broken. I can feel his love- so big, eternal, incredible, unconditional- still lives. I can feel him kissing my face in the morning, kissing my tears, not wanting me to cry for him. Although all I do is cry for him. I miss his sweet little mouth, his gorgeous body, his smell, his purrs… and his absolutely overwhelming beauty, inside and out.

This has certainly been the biggest loss and pain I have known. He loved me when nobody else seemed to. He loved me even at times when I didn’t love myself.  He kissed me when I was in pain. He talked to me, sang to me, thanked me, took care of me. He made me laugh, filled my heart with splendid joy, warmed my bones and my spirit. I can still feel him taking care of me.

Russia- my best friend, my baby boy, my teacher, my king:
You Raised Your Flag Up Into My Heart.

Thank you for loving me so much. I have never known a greater beauty.
Forever Love,
Your mom, Noa

RUSSIA. 1993 – Dec 2nd 2011.

Always by my side….

(photo below by AnnaMaria Stephens for Apartment Therapy)



Last days- below are some self portraits and also photos by Stuart. Thank you Russia for letting us take these.

The 3rd-Eye kiss we always did…

Russia, if this enormous pain I feel now is in exchange for being loved by you, I would do it all over again, a thousand times. Goodbye my love, my heart, my baby. You are forever ineffable. (Thank you to Jane Blevin & Doodle for helping me through this time. You know. You know. And thank you to Zac & Tomas, who dug his grave, stood with us, and helped usher his perfect soul onward. And biggest thanks of all to his daddy Stuart, who saw him for who he was, loved him as much as I did, and who has taken care of me and Russia for so long. Stuart, he loved you as deep and wide as the universe.)

  • December 7, 2011 - 7:20 pm

    audra van vliet - Noa, what a beautiful tribute. I am so sorry. My mother just euthanized her kitty last week, and it has been making me scared for the day I may have to do that with mine. I am so sorry.


  • December 7, 2011 - 7:29 pm

    Simone B - That’s one of the loveliest things I’ve ever read. I’m crying for you! Your love is fierce and I’m SO sorry for your loss, but happy you have all of your beautiful memories and gorgeous photographs. He was SO handsome. xoxox ((((hugs))))

  • December 7, 2011 - 7:44 pm

    Kristin - My eyes and my insides are crying… I’m so so sorry dear Noa… it’s so hard to let our beautiful magical familiars go… the pain and loss you are feeling pains me… much love and all my thoughts are with you. love to the infinite, xo

  • December 7, 2011 - 7:59 pm

    lauren waye - my heart is broken for you. i went through this a few months ago. it’s so hard and sad- these creatures and their amazing love and devotion are beyond compare. hugs x

  • December 7, 2011 - 8:44 pm

    Phyllis Knight - I know it’s silly of me but I can’t stop crying. I lost my RazMaTaz this past summer. I can truly feel your pain. Taz was 17, deaf and blind and I still couldn’t let go. He was my best friend. I’m so sorry for your loss my friend.

  • December 7, 2011 - 11:29 pm

    Ellie - I couldn’t read and not leave a comment. There’s nothing quite like the love we share with our feline friends, cat lovers know this. My thoughts are with you. Xx

  • December 8, 2011 - 12:52 am

    Sarah Sanguin Carter - your love for russia is so touching. what a gorgeous photo story. thank you for sharing your heart. love you x

  • December 8, 2011 - 1:08 am

    Sara - This is so beautifully written and so incredibly touching. I brought my first puppy home just over a year ago, and I can’t imagine what life would be without his presence. Animals are truly magical and the gifts they give and lessons they teach so openly stay in our hearts forever. Sending love your way.

  • December 8, 2011 - 1:13 am

    kierstin - oh my god, Noa. I am so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine the pain youre feeling. But this is such a beautiful blog post and tribute to him. I can tell by your heartfelt, poetry-like words that you were a wonderful mother to him and he will never forget that! Sending much love your way… xo

  • December 8, 2011 - 8:12 am

    Hi-Fi Weddings - oh noa i am so terribly sorry for your loss 🙁 i hope time and comfort heal your wounds, and although the gap will never be replaced, just remember what filled it in the first place and carry the happy times with you. my deepest condolences.

  • December 8, 2011 - 3:10 pm

    Shannon of ** Happiness Is...** - I am bawling. I know and have felt your pain with the loss of my own kitties past. Black cats are very special. I have one now. They are other worldly and spiritual. I wish for you peace during this very difficult time. xoxo

  • December 8, 2011 - 8:36 pm

    Scout. My main homeskillet since 1999. « A. Van Vliet Photography - […] Feather Love Photography, beautiful tribute. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe the first to like this post. Published: December 9, 2011 Filed Under: Uncategorized […]

  • December 9, 2011 - 10:38 am

    Kismet - These creatures,no- these amazing souls come into our lives and make you feel love like you never thought possible and they always leave us behind. With a gaping hole in our heart.
    I am sorry for your loss. I feel what you feel,three times over and over and over. xx

  • December 10, 2011 - 10:17 am

    julia wheeler - oh noa. this just made me cry. sending you hugs… i am so sorry for your loss.

  • December 12, 2011 - 10:11 am

    Twiggs - oh my i wasn’t expecting this… tears are falling down my face… i feel for you noah, i don’t have a cat, but i have a dog, and every time i know of something like this i cry, because i imagine the pain i would feel if i lost my mr kobe. as i work from home he is with me all day long, he is my friend, he makes me laugh, he makes me take breaks to pet him… and i know how much love we feel for our pets, our companions in life, that ask nothing in return! i am so sorry about this and i’m sure that russia is “smiling” at you! take care noah! we’ll be here for anything you need!

  • December 14, 2011 - 9:55 am

    Karrina - What a beautiful tribute to your Russia. Losing a pet is never easy. Our heart creates a little nook for them. Though his physical body may be gone, he will always be there in that special little nook in your heart, with you always.

  • December 20, 2011 - 10:38 am

    a love supreme - this has me in tears. i know what it is like to lose like this. it is incredibly painful. he was a gift, and i know you were a gift to him as well. sending love…

  • December 21, 2011 - 7:20 pm

    esb - <3

  • December 23, 2011 - 12:34 pm

    maria - this post is so beautiful. i’m crying over here. i’m so sorry for your loss, thank you for sharing russia with us. those last few photos were just incredible.

  • December 26, 2011 - 9:02 am

    Ellie Gibbons - Sorry to hear of your loss Noa, thinking of you xxx

  • January 6, 2012 - 1:13 am

    cn - So sorry for your loss. I understand how essential an animal’s love can be (although no animal is just any animal of course). Lucky Russia to have you as his photographer. Lucky you to have him as everything else.

  • January 12, 2012 - 3:52 pm

    Teri B. - I’m sitting here in tears and weeping for your pain… for the pain we all feel when we lose a creature so near and dear to our heart. this post hits home. it is a pain like no other and i’m wishing you nothing but peace and comfort. russia was beautiful and felt your love all his years. xx

  • February 3, 2012 - 12:43 pm

    elizabeth pellette - I am so so sorry for your loss.. I am new to your blog and your work.. and my heart stopped when I read this story.. we lost two family pets this past year.. and I know how the heartbreak.. and sadness you are feeling… and loss… Much Love to you

My sweet, beautiful friend Sarah Carter was over here for a weekend in July and stayed with us during her Comic Con panel she did for Falling Skies, the TNT show that she stars in… We drank wine by the pool and I shot this photo of her on 35mm film… be still my heart! She is currently shooting Season 2 of Falling Skies in Canada. (I miss you Sarah! When you coming back to Cali?) … You can see the other photo session I did with Sarah at her home HERE.


This is the wedding I shot up in the Catskills Mountains in NY when Hurricane Irene hit! (You can read about that here.)

We got an awesome feature on EAST SIDE BRIDE today! To read all about what Margot had to say about her beautiful, Irene-drenched wedding and see tons more photos, go to East Side Bride.

I am completely in love with these beautiful people… and their taste in music is epic! They invited me over to their Brooklyn apartment for a drink when we got back from the Catskills- more photos of them and the NY trip here.

Venue: Onteora Mountain House.


  • November 14, 2011 - 12:45 pm

    cassaundra - beautiful pictures!!!! where on earth did she find those shoes? they’re perfect!

  • November 14, 2011 - 1:56 pm

    Jacqui - Stunning photographs, just gorgeous !

  • November 14, 2011 - 2:41 pm

    Amanda Thorson - these are beautiful, it seems like you’ve caught something from another era.

  • November 15, 2011 - 3:24 am

    anna - Gorgeous!

  • November 15, 2011 - 6:18 am

    I’m on the go, but… « Plans by M.M. - […] is a cool wedding. You can see it here: Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe the first to like this post. Tagged Catskills wedding, […]

  • November 15, 2011 - 7:02 am

    Mary Lee Herrington | Forever & Ever Events - I can’t think of a more perfect fit for Margot + Matt than you, Noa. This wedding is SO THEM. Hope you had an amazing trip in Europe and hopefully we can meet up next time I am in LA or you in the UK!
    MLH x

  • November 16, 2011 - 1:37 pm

    Alex - Fun photos!

  • November 21, 2011 - 11:26 am

    elsie - wow. gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous. amazeballs.

  • November 21, 2011 - 3:32 pm

    Amma // Beyond Beyond - Beautiful!

  • December 2, 2011 - 5:53 am

    adele - such a lovely post! the photos and the setting are both amazing. 🙂

  • December 4, 2011 - 8:16 pm

    gaby j - ooo my fav is the polaroid 🙂

  • December 9, 2011 - 5:28 pm

    weekend treats. | - […] 9.) one hell of a super gorg amazeballs forest-y kinda wedding. […]

  • December 17, 2011 - 2:14 am

    William - the most beautiful thing ive ever seen.

  • December 27, 2011 - 9:59 pm

    Judy - Love all of these photos!!I love this style!!!Surreal and unique!!!Amazing job!!!!

  • January 22, 2012 - 10:10 am

    koan - Everything about this is fabulous. What’s the word on the groom’s suiting? Any way we could get some details on that? There’s loads of personality to it and seems so perfect for a warm weather wedding.

  • March 12, 2012 - 1:21 pm

    Daniela’s Family » flower child photography - […] of a nightmare. So let’s just say that things worked out. Please take a minute to check out Noa’s post on the whole adventure here – I seriously cannot wait to see her upcoming post of the actual […]

  • January 28, 2013 - 5:00 am

    Indian Fusion Wedding by Feather Love Photography » Indian Wedding Blog: Rubies and Ribbon - […] Irene did not stop this stylish couple’s big day. Enjoy these hip and gorgeous photos by Feather Love Photography. Happy […]

The Italian & French/Italian Riviera leg of my one-month trip, to see all the previous posts from the rest of the trip and read all the craziness- you can view Parts 1-4 here:

world tour part 1: brooklyn, ny & morning passages
world tour part 2: caught in the floods / hurricane irene
world tour part 3: summary of travels
world tour Part 4: Brooklyn (35mm film)
And images from my London Workshop here.

I guess I initially named these posts “world tour” because I was supposed to go “around the world” to Fiji as well but couldn’t make it because of Hurricane Irene (read link above)– so it’s not really a “world tour” per se, but who cares.
This is my set from Turin Italy, and the Italian and French Rivieras.
All shot on 35mm film…

The insanity that was my trip so far (read links above) rendered me completely exhausted. I hadn’t slept much at all the last few days in NY, or on my flight from NY to London- arrived in London early in the morning, my luggage was lost (got it back later that night), got about 3 hours of sleep that night and woke up to workshop day– 25 people and a full day of me talking that I had to be conscious for. After the workshop we all went out for dinner. I knew we had to catch a taxi to the airport to go to Italy at 4am, so we decided to just stay up and party instead of sleeping just a couple of hours. A bunch of the workshoppers agreed to party with us. I had never in my life been so exhausted, jet-lagged and out of it, yet I still managed to dance & drink with everyone, narcolepsy aside. Pappin (Son Of Shark Pig), who I had invited to come with me to London to film the workshop & to hang out in Italy, threw me in a cab at 4am, handled all the crazy airport/luggage issues, and everyone helped out with packing my stuff and getting me on my way (bless their hearts!) We took a 2-hr flight to Italy, another night of no sleep, and arrived there at 7am. We were meeting with Patrick, one of my besties from when I was a kid. I hadn’t seen him since I was 15, that was almost 20 years ago. The last time I saw him we had a seriously terribly bad acid trip together- Shortly after that, he moved back to Italy, I moved to the states. Now he invited us to come hang out in Torino (Turin). Seeing him for the first time in 20 years & meeting his wife Lidia and baby Mila was beyond amazing! They picked us up from the airport and he asked: what do you guys want to do? I responded: I haven’t seen you in 20 years, I haven’t slept in weeks, let’s keep going, fuck it, we’re in Italy– so we kept going another day… walking around Turin, eating, drinking and catching up. I finally got sleep that night…  Patrick’s brother Valerio was out of town and offered up his home for us to stay in for those 2 weeks… Thank you so much V! And our hosts gave us the BEST TOUR OF ITALY EVER. I highly recommend Patrick as your tour guide, if you want to experience the REAL underground Italy,

As Patrick likes to summarize: “We drank Barolo and Barbera in Piemonte (where it comes from); Ate Pesto in Liguria (the region that invented it), and if that wasn’t enough, drank PASTIS in the South of France where Serge Gainsbourg fucked Jane Birkin.”

As a birthday gift, I got Stuart a ticket to come meet us out there a week later…

(It really is difficult to describe what an incredible experience this was, but for a full stream-of-consciousness description of this entire trip, go here: world tour part 3: summary of travels)

Waking up, opening huge French windows, and watching a Pasticceria come to life, every morning. (This is the only shot in this series that is digital).

Stuart and Pappin… 4am and we were looking for a Torinian strip club… we found one… and that story is a long one.

Stuart <3… Wine & Gelato at the foot of an ancient castle.


This obelisk, in the center of Turin, is the most negative energy point on earth.


People in Italy enjoy hanging out of their windows and people-watching… I have an entire series of these.

Inside our apartment…

below: Andrea! My sweet Italian gay boyfriend…

Patrick & Mila.

Situated a few feet away from the Obelisk of the most negative energy point on earth, this intense & beautiful sculpture below is supposedly built “directly over hell” where the devil himself lives… Turin is a cheery place… In fact there is so much occult history here, they have a nighttime occult “magic” tour in this city.


At the end of our trip we went down to the Italian and French Rivieras where Patrick & his family own some properties. My dream, ever since I was a kid and watched Dirty Rotten Scoundrels a million times, was to visit that part of the world…. dream come true. I shot these Riviera photos on a roll of expired 35mm film- which came out so beautifully- I love how washed-out, grainy, nostalgic and dreamy this film looks- just like how my brain always imagined this place…. Menton.

Stuart took this one of me- proud to finally be here.

We drove from Turin to the Rivieras on a road that took us along the coast when we got there, and drove back through the French Alps! A million tiny little old towns tucked away in beautiful mountains.

(For a full stream-of-consciousness description of this entire trip, go here: world tour part 3: summary of travels)

I got all my film back from my one-month trip, to see the previous posts and read all the craziness- you can view Parts 1-3 here:

world tour part 1: brooklyn, ny & morning passages
world tour part 2: caught in the floods / hurricane irene
world tour part 3: summary of travels

I guess I initially named these posts “world tour” because I was supposed to go “around the world” to Fiji as well but couldn’t make it because of Hurricane Irene (read link above)– so it’s not really a “world tour” per se, but who cares.
This is my set from NY. (Italy will be posted next).
All shot on 35mm film…


Above, Kara & Clementine. Below: Kara in a cab.

Kara’s house.

3 sweet little Polish ladies, just sitting around.

Staying at Teo’s- we ate like this every day. And that Spanish wine is to die for.

During my meeting with Jessie (Morning Passages/ Lomography), Shoko Wanger recognized me on the streets of  Williamsburg and came to say Hi!
You can read about my meeting with Jessie HERE, and Shoko is the extremely talented (and stunning!) writer that interviewed me for my feature in Rue magazine, you can read that here (pgs 143-167)- I am so lucky to have met them both in person.

Beautiful Teo. My bestie. Her work can be seen here and here.

Eric Kvatek, incredible fashion photographer and old friend from Santa Fe.


Then there’s lady Jane– read all about HER, on this post. Jane’s work can be seen HERE.

Jane and the magical grave garden she created for Doodle the 3-legged dog. Who was one of the best dogs I have ever known.


Hanging out with Brandon, Noelle and their friends. (these 2 shots where taken on an expired disposable camera)

Breakfast the next morning. Live music.

Below: Brandon in his living room.

My beautiful clients Margot & Matt- after their Catskills wedding when we were all back in Brooklyn, they invited me over to their place for a drink — photos from their wedding coming soon…

And a snap from the Catskills wedding and the giant storm (Irene) that started that day.

To read more about my trip and all these beautiful people, follow the journey here:
world tour part 1: brooklyn, ny & morning passages
world tour part 2: caught in the floods / hurricane irene
world tour part 3: summary of travels

Up next, Italy… coming soon.

  • October 21, 2011 - 11:59 am

    jennifer - so incredibly beautiful…was just in ny! wish i could have run into you!

  • October 21, 2011 - 2:58 pm

    Shoko - Yay! These are great. So happy to have been a part of your NY adventure – still can’t believe that happened!

  • October 23, 2011 - 6:37 pm

    Evie Marie - New fan here! I found you through Ruffled and absolutely had to find who this photographer was… I simply Adore your work!! xxxxxxxxx

  • November 2, 2011 - 1:13 pm

    lo - Great series! Were you dining at Five Leaves in Brooklyn (restaurant pic looks like that joint)?

  • November 2, 2011 - 3:21 pm

    admin - thanks! yes, it was 5 leaves! so good 🙂 x noa

  • November 14, 2011 - 11:11 am

    Matt & margot in the catskills mountains | the feather love photography blog - […] I am completely in love with these beautiful people… and their taste in music is rad! They invited me over to their Brooklyn apartment for a drink when we got back from the Catskills- more photos of them and the NY trip here. […]

This wedding just got featured on Ruffled Blog!

Australian Musician Savannah Jo Lack, and Owner of the San Francisco Weinstein Gallery Rowland Weinstein: Starting off with a few photos from the couple session I shot of them on the gorgeous property they were staying at in a sweet little town called Point Reyes Station in Northern California. Wedding photos to follow.

Wedding vendor list:

Catering – Osteria Stellina /Ceremony – The Dance Palace/Reception – Toby’s Feed Barn / Design – Bird Machine Bird /Music – bride’s friends – Fiora, Paul Hankinson, Chris Pickering, Ben Tolliday/ Wedding Video – Luke Goodman Cinematography / Bicycle Ferris Wheel – Cyclecide /Make up and hair – Maria Lee Makeup and Hair / DJ -Square Dance Band – Erik Hoffman / Florist: Ixia / Dresses – Reem Acra, N.Y & vintage from Tavin, L.A, respectively / Hairpiece (ayasuki), Belt (project u), Braclet (SarahWhiteJewlery) /Rowland’s outfit – The Archive, S.F /Groomsmen – Barneys and All Saints/ Bridesmaids: Bayou Salvage (wrist bands), Amorebytinae (lace crop jackets), KTJean (tulipe skirt and top), ManoBello (leather belt flowers), Post (cool stockings) /Wedding Design team: Traci Goudie & Patrick Hubik from ‘Bird Machine Bird‘./D.I.Y: Pretty much every single design element – the chair adornments from the ceremony, the Alice in Wonderland cups & saucers, the lighting fixture (mason jar chandelier) , the light boxes (in the hay bales), the big curtains at the entrance to the barn, the place cards, the printed cushions, the hanging bird cage/heart nests/All of our friends and family helped in some way – we had a big, impromptu work party a few days before the wedding to get everything finished. My aunty and cousin sewed the huge curtains, my uncle and Dad worked on the light fixture, my Mum and niece attached hundreds of bits of fabric to the hanging ceiling streamers, our friend, Stephen Gibson did a lot of the grunt work, sawing and assembling, Rowly’s kids and sister did the calligraphy on the place settings./Wedding invites: cards from ‘the story people‘ that we printed inside/ Wedding RSVP’s: vintage SF postcards with yes and no boxes/

Below- a couple of Holgas.

These two portraits below shot on 35mm film.

The wedding.

Below, 2 Holga shots.

Below: Rowland’s gorgeous kids.

BELOW: 35mm film shot of groom & groomsman actor Richmond Arquette — I love the magical light orbs! (No processing  was done to this photo).

These next 2 portraits below, also shot on 35mm film– and invaded by a flurry of intense auras and spirits! (Again, no processing was done to these)… I seriously lose my mind when this sort of stuff happens.

Below images are 35mm film and digital.

I love it when guests get into the vibe and dress up- it adds so much character to the entire day…. this reminded me so much of the beautiful spectacle of Kestrin & Jonathan’s wedding of the century!– remember that one?

3 Holga’s below….

Savannah played fiddle at her own wedding…

Also a great big giant THANK YOU to my beautiful clients for spoiling us rotten and getting us this gorgeous 2 bedroom cottage for the weekend, fully equipped with Jacuzzi and right in the middle of town. I highly recommend The Lavender Cottage during your stay in Point Reyes Station.

  • October 19, 2011 - 10:06 am

    anna - wow, love their reception and both of her dresses were spectacular. I love your photography! So laid back and subtle and always capturing the mood and personality of the subjects.

  • October 19, 2011 - 10:16 am

    Teresa - I love everything about this wedding. Really fantastic. The film shots are otherworldly with the spirits and light dancing together in the images.

  • October 19, 2011 - 10:20 am

    Emma Case - fuck…

  • October 19, 2011 - 2:05 pm

    Kristin - this wedding was a dream!! the town, the couple, every person that attended, the artistry that was put into it by family and friends, everything! and that cottage we stayed at! so lucky! the day before shots you took are just so incredible; I’m drooling over those holgas!! the entire wedding came out so beautiful, thank you so much for having me along!!

  • October 19, 2011 - 4:37 pm

    Mano Bello - Absolutely beautiful & so inspiring for anyone desiring a “handmade wedding”. I find myself eyeing these fabulous photos over and over again! What a delight! Thank you, Joanne, for including Mano Bello leather flower belts in your stunning wedding party attire! I love it! <3
    Congrats to you and your groom!

  • October 20, 2011 - 1:04 am

    Savannah and Rowland get married in Point Reyes Station | Kristin Genna Photography - […] by the luminous Noa to the cottage (yes, an adorable and perfect little cottage: see Noa’s post to view images of it) and to a glass of wine. I don’t think it gets any better. I cannot […]

  • October 20, 2011 - 2:47 am

    Amanda Thorson - oh my goodness…this is perfect, so original. i love couples that inject so much of themselves into their wedding day! amazing images 🙂

  • October 20, 2011 - 6:08 pm

    Ellie Gibbons - I adore the unprocessed film portrait of Savannah…she has wings of light coming out from her is so special xx

  • October 21, 2011 - 11:34 am

    Rory - The sincerity of your photography kills me. This is so fucking dialed in. You are the bomb, literally.

  • November 2, 2011 - 9:10 am

    Komal Powell - Really beautiful images. I have way to many favorites to even mention. I guess my most most favorite would be the vertical of the bride during the ceremony looking to her left. gorgeous!

  • November 10, 2011 - 11:44 pm

    OEIL - I’m with Emma!

  • December 11, 2011 - 11:51 am

    Chloe - Total wedding envy!! Gorgeous captures-you’re otherworldly.

  • February 13, 2012 - 7:20 pm

    Joyce Alexander - I can’t even type…The amount of emotion these images evoke is unreal. So beautifully done.

  • July 5, 2014 - 5:59 am

    photonsf - all the pictures is beautiful and good captured is one.

You may recognize Nicki from this photo session I did of her for her last album with The Gramblers. And of course, her husband Tim from The Mother Hips.

Tim and Nicki asked me to photograph them for their new duets album. We shot the session a few days ago, and since they were singing the entire time, I decided to shoot some inpromput video of this private show I was getting at my house.

This is certainly my favorite song on earth right now! You can purchase the Tim & Nicki Bluhm Duets album HERE.

  • September 30, 2011 - 2:45 pm

    Vanessa Chalmers - awwww i love this. i sat on that couch!!

  • October 3, 2011 - 9:23 pm

    Ellie Gibbons - Beautiful Noa..what a soothing sound after a long nights photo editing x

  • October 9, 2011 - 12:34 am

    Doreen Kilfeather - Love this right down to my country blues lovin’ toes…they blow me away…YOU blow me away…thank you so much for bringing this my way xx