Atlanta-based wedding, elopement, and portrait photographer in love with love and hopelessly addicted to capturing the raw, genuine moments that make life worthwhile. Please feel free to check out my work! If you love it, let's chat!
Destination Wedding Packages
Photo Shoot Types
Bridal Portraits, Day After Session, Engagement
Photo & Video
Digital Files, Online Proofing, Photo, Second Shooter Available, Social Media Sharing, Wedding Albums
Photo & Video Styles
Artistic, Classic, Documentary, Dramatic, Lifestyle, Modern
Getting Engaged, Rehearsals & Parties, After Party, Wedding
Starglass Photography Reviews
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Reviewed On 8/21/2018 by Livia H
When I came across Starglass Photography, I was immediately drawn to her style of beauty and fantasy. Her previous work was stunning, and the fantasy elements, I was certain she was perfect for the elopement I had imagined.
With a little bit ...
Reviewed On 7/12/2018 by Erin J
Mariana of Starglass Photography is absolutely delightful to work with. She has an engaging demeanor, and was able to bring out the very best in the people and scenes in all of our photos. We are absolutely delighted with the end product, the p...
Reviewed On 7/06/2018 by Simone R
We loved working with Starglass photographers! Mariana and her team were professional and easy to work with. We used them for our engagement shoot and a full day of wedding photography. We chose not to have a videographer for our wedding, so ha...
Reviewed On 7/04/2018 by Tacy P
Star glass photography is awesome to work with. They're The Perfect combo of professional and fun! They bring a bunch of creative flair to the table and really great photos are the result. For me it was very important to have a photographer who...
It’s always a bit strange to try to sum yourself up in a paragraph or two online, but here I am: photographer, adventurer, lover of thunderstorms, travel, and peppermint tea.
For years, photography has been my creative escape from the world. It's as if, by freezing a moment in time, I can live in it a little longer, and I think that’s what I love about it so much.
I also love catching the little things, things that may escape your memory, but hold more meaning than you could ever know. A look. A gesture. A smile. All fleeting, except in a photograph.