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In October I was brought on to work for a new brand, a villa-based travel company in Orvieto, Italy.

Throughout the process we discussed various experiences for the tour. The one everyone seemed most excited for was truffle hunting.

At the end of the second week of our tour, we were welcomed by San Pietro a Pettine for an adventure up the mountain.

Our group was outfitted with rain boots and two sweet truffle dogs. We made our way up the mountain where the dogs were able to fetch more than a handful of black truffles. A great way to start the truffle season.

Next, we were given a quick lesson on what happens to the truffles after they’re retrieved. Next, the truffles got a quick scrub down and were then shaved with a special tool to prepare them for our meal.

After our hunt, we were greeted by the most stylish dinning area and poured fresh, crisp glasses of Prosecco (always my favorite) and served a meal I’ll have a very hard time topping in this lifetime. Course after course of truffle toped deliciousness.

Here’s a peek at our adventure…

Truffle Hunting

Host – Heart of Italia

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Last week I had an absolute blast hanging out with this lady in her downtown Charleston studio.

Just a hop skip and a jump away from upper King St, Harrison’s studio will greet you with a front door the perfect shade of “Charleston Pink”. The fun doesn’t stop there. All of her paintings are so full of color, beautiful line work, brushstrokes you can’t help but want to reach out a finger to trace.

You can see more of Harrison’s work on her website. You’ll find the link below!

Click here for Harrison’s work!

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This gem of a human stepped in front of my camera recently for some updated portraits and I could not be more thrilled with what we were able to create for her.

When you meet Alex you feel comfortable right away and her warmth and joyfulness are so contagious. She’s always a voice of encouragement and her brides are in the best hands!

Love cheering this one on! You can find her website here!

Alex, you are such a treasure of a friend! Thank you for trusting me to show your light through these images!

Alex Thornton Photography

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Planning and Direction | Eddis & Co.

Styling | Kate Malpeli

Interior Design | B. Berry Interiors

Small Figure Drawing | Haley Matthews Fine Art

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Matt and Rebecca welcomed me into their home in December for their engagement session. When we first spoke on the phone Matt and Rebecca talked about how they really connected with lifestyle type imagery over traditional posed engagement photos. So, that’s exactly what we planned.

On a Sunday afternoon, I met them at their townhouse in Columbia for an intimate photo session which included making some winter updates to their garden. We spent the first part of the session planting onions, harvesting one teeny baby carrot, planting rosemary and an abandoned rose that Rebecca lovingly saved from being thrown away. The rest of the session was spent sipping coffee while listening to music, chatting over some of our favorite books, and taking a quick trip to one of their favorite spots downtown for a handful of posed photos “just in case”. This session might just be a top favorite of all time because of how Matt and Rebecca’s relationship was able to shine through in a comfortable environment.

xoxo,

P.S If you’re looking for a different spin on the traditional engagement session. Or if you’re coming up on a big milestone (a new house or an anniversary for instance) and you’d like to document those big life moments with a session. I would LOVE to chat with you about planning one together. I can tell you from experience, you will not regret the tangible reminder of the emotions you’re experiencing right now in this one life you’re living! Let’s make it happen!!!

You can book your own session here! 

Thanks SO much for stopping by and for following along!

Photo Lab | Photovision Prints

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