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I'm Elizabeth, the photographer behind Gracie May Photography. I've been shooting since my first wedding in 2008 on a borrowed camera.

Central Florida Special Needs Photographer // Melbourne Family Session

“These photos are exactly what I had hoped for.” -Kirsten Photographing kids with special needs and their families is really important to me. I don’t imagine it was an accident or sheer coincidence that my flair for photography emerged just before my own special needs child was born.   This family are special not just...

Central Florida Special Needs Photographer // Evie at the Wyndham

“Elizabeth captured my girl’s personality and is so patient and sweet when working with her.” -Candice As many followers of mine will now, my daughter Grace has Rett syndrome. Because of this, photographing kiddos with special needs has become kindof a thing. Through photographing my own kid, I learned and improvised methods and ways of...

Orlando Wedding Photographer // Ami & Mitesh at the Hilton Altamonte

“I am the sky and you are the earth. I transmit energy while you receive it from me. If I am the mind, you are the word that manifests from its thoughts. If I am a strain of music, then you are the song that stems from it. You and I, in essence, complete each...

Ponce Inlet Maternity Photography // Central Florida Photographer

Cindy has been a dear friend since she first met and married our friend, Jason, a lifetime ago. So when we realised that my trip home to Florida coincided with her being majorly pregnant, we started plotting for a photography session featuring the bump. Cindy’s mom is a master seamstress and costume designer so she...

Stories from… (Norway)

“The most memorable thing about Norway is that it’s Heaven” For so many years, I was really missing a trick when it comes to taking my camera with me on holiday. I saw vacations as a chance to get away from my work and for so long, that meant leaving my camera at home. So...

Stories From… (Budapest)

“If you go from Paris to Budapest you think you are in Moscow.” -Gyorgy Ligeti When I was a kid growing up in the USA, I never thought about the rest of the world. It’s a bit stereotypical American, I suppose. To not imagine the cultures which lie outside. America is just so huge. You can...

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