Christine Doneé is truly an artist. Her natural talent for communicating love and beauty not only sets her photography apart, but it also allows you to see the world through Christine’s eyes – a world full of radiant light and joy.
Her love affair with photography progressed organically after a life-long relationship with art, having studied everything from sketching the human form to fashion design illustration. This artistic background serves to enhance her technique as she dedicates herself to creating timeless images with a purposeful eye and a strong passion for detail. With a love for natural light and beautiful surroundings, Christine uses her medium-format film photography to tell genuine stories of love and romance.
She has an adventurous heart that takes her all over the world for local and destination weddings. This love for exploring allows to her to find honest beauty wherever she is, and her endless search for inspiration is why she is thrilled to be gifting one lucky couple 8 hours of wedding photography during 2015! Though based in Southern California, Christine would love the chance to travel in order to bring your joyful day to life through her elegant photography.
To be entered to win 8 hours of wedding photography with Christine Doneé shot on beautiful film and digital, comment below with your name, email address, and wedding date and venue. Tell us about your story, wedding style, and why you think Christine would be the right photographer for your wedding. Christine will read your stories and pick the winner on February 9th, 2015.
*The winner will get proof prints and a flash drive of your photos.
*Travel fees for Christine must be paid up front and Christine will make her own travel arrangements.
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