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Florida Dance Photography // Sunset Ballet

It’s 2am and I’ve pulled an allnighter pouring over every last pixel of these portraits. My heart feels so full. I’ve known Elizabeth since the very hour she was born. I was there when her mother’s water broke and I was there an hour after she came. She was my son, Elijah’s, first friend and...

Florida Family Photographer // Aiden in Tanner Park

Sometimes I troll my website to make sure everything’s working properly and I think…’wait a second…didn’t I ever post that one session?’ In this case, it’s the first photos I ever did of my nephew Aiden which seem to have gone amiss. It was quite a long time ago, but I got these few shots...

Orlando Photographer // Couple in Leu Gardens

Going home to Orlando is always a special treat because I get to photograph some lovely people. When I first met Linda, it was a photographer-to-photographer kinda thing and she said she would like me to photograph her with her husband someday. It’s always such an honour and a pleasure when a fellow photographer wants you...

Central Florida Photographer // Leu Gardens Family Session

The Ortiz Family has had me photograph them three years running and each time, they grow +1. This year brought the addition of another splendid little gal, Hannah. This was my first time shooting at the stunning Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando. If you haven’t been, I can’t recommend it highly enough. It’s 50 acres of...

Hampshire Wedding Photography // hubby + i

You know the saying ‘the cobbler’s children have no shoes’? Well, the photographer has no photos of their family. It’s been almost 3 years since my husband and I had photos taken of ourselves. That was long before we changed our lives in a drastic way. My changes were more inside and his were both inside...

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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.

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