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Each year, I share with you my favorite travel items, and this year, I’m excited to share four items that have really helped me as I’ve traveled on planes and trains! Insulated bottle – Whether its a hot or cold beverage, Klean Kanteen‘s insulated 16oz bottle is my favorite. It’s completely leak proof which is […]

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San Antonio, TX event photographer

This is likely one of my most frequently asked travel questions. My easy answer, BOTH! TSA Pre is a four month process and an in-person interview. But once you get it, it’s super easy to renew. It’s also a great option at $70 for five years. Clear is $179 per year (it’s $119 if you […]

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DC LGBTQ Latina wedding photographer

Ariel & Jocelyn married in Vermont’s Inn at Weathersfield. It was the perfect Vermont temperature to celebrate with family and friends. Both met in Washington, DC and I traveled to photograph their big day. I really liked how they had their cocktail hour was before their ceremony, allowing their guests to mingle and break the […]

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Over the past two years, I’ve learned to work in moving vehicles. Whether that’s live editing from a Tesla X or 35,000 feet in the air on a plane. Here are three tips that will ensure you’re productive on the go: Wifi – A mobile hotspot is perfect for road and rail travel. Internet is […]

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Female airplane event photographer

Italian airline, Alitalia, made their inaugural flight to Washington Dulles International Airport. The Rome to IAD flight was greeted with a water canon salute. We traveled from the terminal to the tarmac on the mobile lounges. It was a great experience photographing the flight land and being part of the excitement on the ground.

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There are a few items I always travel with that make my life easier. There are variations of the items below and have linked to some of my preferred ones:  1) Foldable bag –  I really like traveling with the Long Champ Le Pliage Tote Bag (Large) because I can fold and store it in my backpack […]

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You’ve probably been there: a delayed or cancelled flight. Earlier this week I added a new one to my list: emergency landing. So what do you do? Below are a few of my tips for handling unexpected travel delays. During the delay/cancellation: Get food – Add being hungry to any situation and all of a […]

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In the last year, I’ve gotten on more planes that ever before! Because of that, I have figured out some things make getting through airports fairly easy. Today, I’m sharing some of my tips with you: Download the mobile app – Having the app for the airline you’re flying with is very helpful! It immediately updates […]

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You may have seen that I recently came back from Panama! Over the years, I’ve realized that there are a few things that make my trips stress-free. Below are my tips to be prepared when traveling to a new city: Bring an external charger – This is extra helpful when I know I’ll be out and […]

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