The beginning of winter of 2016 was really super exciting for me! After few days in Florida, where I traveled for an engagement session, I got to spend some time in Jamaica! I was there to capture pre -wedding & wedding celebration for an amazing couple- Limor and David. 
Since David is very much into sailing, the day before the wedding they invited all the guests for a sunset cruise, complete with a snorkeling expedition. The cruise departed from Doctor's Cave Beach- one of the most well known & picturesque spots in Jamaica.
On the wedding day the couple (along with their little girl Liana) got ready at Rosehall Hilton Hotel, and had their first look at a nearby 18th century historic aqueduct, that was such a unique backdrop for the portrait session. The ceremony was held in front of the Rose Hall Great Hall. Now a museum - the mansion holds the legend of the White Witch, who was the wealthy and cruel owner of the estate a few hundred years ago.
Following a cocktail hour in the shade of an ancient majestic tree, reception took place outdoors at Twin Palms court. 
It was such a fun adventure. Thank you to Limor & David for having me document it & a shoutout to Nick White who was shooting with me!

If you happen to travel to Jamaica, do check out Nutmeg Villa (owned by my dear friend Charmaine) as a potential place to stay with your family & friends!! It's the best in Montego Bay.


The beginning of winter of 2016 was really super exciting for me! After few days in Florida, where I traveled for an engagement session, I got to spend some time in Jamaica! I was there to capture pre -wedding & wedding celebration for an amazing couple- Limor and David. 
Since David is very much into sailing, the day before the wedding they invited all the guests for a sunset cruise, complete with a snorkeling expedition. The cruise departed from Doctor's Cave Beach- one of the most well known & picturesque spots in Jamaica.
On the wedding day the couple (along with their little girl Liana) got ready at Rosehall Hilton Hotel, and had their first look at a nearby 18th century historic aqueduct, that was such a unique backdrop for the portrait session. The ceremony was held in front of the Rose Hall Great Hall. Now a museum - the mansion holds the legend of the White Witch, who was the wealthy and cruel owner of the estate a few hundred years ago.
Following a cocktail hour in the shade of an ancient majestic tree, reception took place outdoors at Twin Palms court. 
It was such a fun adventure. Thank you to Limor & David for having me document it & a shoutout to Nick White who was shooting with me!

If you happen to travel to Jamaica, do check out Nutmeg Villa (owned by my dear friend Charmaine) as a potential place to stay with your family & friends!! It's the best in Montego Bay.




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