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  • I'm Shalese, and I'm a wedding photographer for old souls & hopeless romantics. I prefer vinyl records over iTunes, prints over JPEGs and snail mail over email. I believe that art happens in little moments, and I can't wait to tell your story.

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The Weekender

Any weekend where I have an entire day of nowhere particular to be is my idea of a good weekend.

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I am writing this from a hotel in Raleigh, NC.  The Wedding Stationery Collective Business Retreat

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It’s FINALLY HERE!  We are just 5 days from our trip to London, and I am PUMPED!  I have

The Weekender

Happy Monday, friends!  Is this America’s #1 day to be hungover at work?  I’m just

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I am currently blogging from my bed on this rainy morning.  I already have a strong feeling that as

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HEY BLOG.  I’m going to be honest, this blog is probably going to be weird because . . .

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Happy Halloween!  I got to watch Hocus Pocus and see some people walking around in costumes in

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Hellluuuurrrrr Fall!  After a week of 80something degree weather, I am so happy that it’s

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Fall exploded this week.  Everyone I know was at Carter Mountain at some point this weekend, and I

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It’s the first Weekender in a long time!!  It’s been so long since I’ve done a

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The Weekender

I’m never sure how to start these blog posts!  I always feel like I resort something standard

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The Weekender

I am not built for this kind of weather.  Yesterday, I only ventured outside once, and that was to