Thank you so much for coming by the old blog. There is so much more going on at the new blog, so I encourage you to click here to experience the new Angela Stott Photography blog. Thank you so much for coming by!
Welcome! I’m Angela Stott, a wedding, portrait and editorial photographer based in Asheville, NC (and Bangkok, Thailand at intervals) and this is my OLD blog.
The new Angela Stott Photography Blog launched February 2, 2013. If you have found yourself here, I suggest you keep moving: please visit the NEW Angela Stott Photography blog!
Have fun and thank you so much for stopping by!
This is not the official announcement, but I feel I have to say something. After all, I haven’t posted on this old blog in over a year. Have you wondered if I’d ever blog again? Finally, finally… a brand new blog has launched and I am super inspired to throw myself back into sharing all I’ve been up to.
What’s the new address, you ask? The new Angela Stott Photography Blog can be found at www.angelastott.com/blog
It’s up, but it’s new. I’ll check back in here mid-January to let you know when the real party starts! When I say “party” I mean that’s when I’ll announce it on facebook and twitter.
Today is the official launch day of the new blog! If you have found yourself here, you might want to skip over to the new Angela Stott Photography blog now. There is a contest going on for the first two weeks and many new blog posts are to come!
Wow! I won second - Best Photographer in Western North Carolina - in the Mountain Express WNC Best of 2011.
Who made it happen? My much appreciated group of supporters, followers, fans, friends and family. I truly appreciate all the votes. It’s always fun to win something, even if you don’t know what it’s worth. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for the thrill.
I got these icecream parlor Sweetheart Chairs from stylists Maura and Tara of The Darling Bee. Aren’t they sweet?
For the full post, visit the NEW blog!
We’re still at the Biltmore with Kathryn and Doug. It has been so nice to revisit this wedding as an extended feature. Thanks for hanging in… I know it was a healthy little break between Part Two and this posting - I’ve been traveling a lot the last couple of weeks. I’m sure you’ve all been at the edge of your seats, waiting for when Kathryn and Doug are married. No, Kathryn didn’t just take a pretty carriage ride. She actually went somewhere very important! :) I will take you there…
Isn’t this ceremony lovely? Everything about Kathryn and Doug’s wedding was so romantic.
I usually include only shots taken by me on my blog, but this one is by my second photographer Camilla Calnan of Kathryn’s father shaking Doug’s hand. A beautiful moment: