Asheville Wedding Photographer Sabrina L. Greene
Providing artistic and creative photography to Western North Carolina and Surrounding areas! Are you looking to get married in Asheville or even the Great Smoky Mountains National Park? Then look no farther than here! Sabrina is a multi-published photographer and skilled retoucher of 14 years. She is most well-known for her creative editing in Photoshop and vision for capturing the essence of emotion in her images. But, she does not only capture weddings she also provides family photography, children photography, and fine art photography, and design services for her clients.
Asheville Wedding Photography at its best! Sabrina L. Greene will capture the timeless moments of your day and craft them into a visual story. One that you will look back on time and again as the years flow by!
Having a family herself, Sabrina understands the intimacy of family dynamics and documents the stages families go thru. Family photography is fun and relaxed with Sabrina as she works with everyone to make sure they are at ease during their session.
Imagination is what Sabrina basis her children photography on. She loves to encourage them to play instead of posing them and she joins in on their fun. If they are fussy don’t worry she can change their mood quickly!
Sabrina's Favorite Quote:
Lighthouses don't fire cannons to call attention to their shinning - they just shine! ~D.L. Moody~
“And thrill my haunted heart, Be still my haunted heart,” is the melody crooning on my sound bar at the moment. Oh, Rene Fleming you are not only America’s Soprano but one of my favorite jazz artists and inspirations. I need inspiration today because once again the cloak of violence has reared its vile head and hurt out children. Ever since I found those poor families lost loved ones in Santa Fe today I have been
Kristie and Eric had an in intimate wedding with their family in Swannanoa on Saturday May 12. Their ceremony was held at the quaint Gospel Mission Church with the bride’s mother decorating and creating the bridal bouquet. The ring bearer’s pillow had special significance as it was originally used in h90-year-old grandmother’s own wedding ceremony. Congratulations to the happy couple and many years of happiness to you!
“Some day I am going to stop and take a picture of those flowers,” is what I tell myself every single year as I drive back and forth to Asheville, NC. One thing that I love about my state is that they have a wildflower program that is maintained by the Department of Transportation. In late May the roadsides along Interstate 40 erupt with voluminous color. And since 2003 when I started college at Mars