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Earlier this year I had the privilege of traveling to Florida to photograph Sierra and Justin’s engagement session at the stunning Sydonie Mansion.  These two have become some of our favorite people on the planet (Mason affectionately refers to them as “Sisi and Teetee!”). The warm afternoon light and gentle breeze, coupled with the chilled rosé […]

Romantic Engagement Session on Film at Sydonie Mansion in Orlando, Nikki Santerre Photography, Destination Fine Art Film Photographer
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It’s no secret how deep my love for Charleston runs. The sprawling oak trees, Spanish moss, and smell of jasmine make Magnolia Plantation the perfect place to spend an afternoon with family. For the Spades, these images represent the end of such a sweet chapter for their family. They have called Charleston “Home” for the […]

Charleston Family Session at Magnolia Plantation on Film | Nikki Santerre Photography | Fine Art Film Photographer

Christie and Josh

March 4, 2019

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Christie and Josh’s wedding was a reflection of their classic style, with a Pacific-Northwestern twist. The first time she stepped foot onto the grounds at The Kelley Farm, she knew it was where she wanted to marry Josh. She envisioned their family and friends joining together in the rustic barn surrounded by the massive pines, […]

Pacific North West Wedding at Kelley Farm on Film | Nikki Santerre Photography | Destination Fine Art Wedding Photographer
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