Hi, I'm cauanne.
wedding photographer and HOPELESS nostalgic SOUL.

BEHIND THE LENS

When I'm editing, I'm always listening to music. Music has the power to transport us to another time and place, to evoke deep emotions and stir the soul. And that's why I choose to have music on all of my blog posts, so that maybe you can feel a little bit of the emotions that were going on on that day. Speaking of music, I'm a huge swiftie, the crying-at-concerts type. To be honest I cry at every concert I go because I'm just very emotional. I'll also probably cry at your wedding because I'm a big fan of love. Cliche and cheesy but it's true. Once, during a mother-son first dance, the couple invited all the other parents to dance with their kids. There was a mother and daughter dancing, and I had to step outside, crying, I called my mom and told her how much I loved her and missed her.
That's me. Vegan, married, mother of two cats, and a big cry baby.

Vegan, an environmental advocate. I care deeply about social and justice inequality.

GET TO KNOW ME BETTER 

Q1.  What is your favorite line from any movie?

"I'm feeling a little woozy here"

Q2.  What are your hobbies?

I have started too many - Watercolor, air dry clay, puzzles, playing piano, and recently I got into sewing! I also have two pen pals, which is not necessarily a hobby but it's something I've been loving it!

Q3.  What do you do when you're not at a wedding or editing?

I'm always watching a movie or a show, reading or sitting outside in the sun. And eating!! That's a big one. I love food more than anything.

Q4.  What's the strangest thing in your fridge?

Some candle leftovers in a film canister.

love the smell of rain, it's as if the rain is washing away all the worries and troubles of the day,

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Instead staged shots, I document genuine, authentic moments that tell a story.
I'm a silent observer, anticipating and capturing every moment, no matter how fleeting. I'm attuned to the smallest details, capturing the bride's dress, the groom's smile, and the guests' reactions. I like to believe my images are more than just snapshots; they are a visual representation of the love and commitment shared between two people, and everyone that loves them. I like to think I'm a memory keeper preserving the feeling of a couple's wedding day for generations to come.
I love the smell of rain, it's as if the rain is washing away all the worries and troubles of the day, I find the smell of rain is comforting and nostalgic, it's a cherished childhood memory that can transport us back to a simpler time, when the world was full of possibility and anything seemed possible.
I also love the city lights. There's something undeniably magical about that. It's hard not to feel a sense of awe and wonder as you gaze out at the stunning skyline. Each little light being one person, one life. I find it inspiring to think of all the stories out there.

When I'm editing, I'm always listening to music. Music has the power to transport us to another time and place, to evoke deep emotions and stir the soul. And that's why I choose to have music on all of my blog posts, so that maybe you can feel a little bit of the emotions that were going on on that day. Speaking of music, I'm a huge swiftie, the crying-at-concerts type. To be honest I cry at every concert I go because I'm just very emotional. I'll also probably cry at your wedding because I'm a big fan of love. Cliche and cheesy but it's true. Once, during a mother-son first dance, the couple invited all the other parents to dance with their kids. There was a mother and daughter dancing, and I had to step outside, crying, I called my mom and told her how much I loved her and missed her.
That's me. Vegan, married, mother of two cats, and a big cry baby.

I find the smell of rain is comforting and nostalgic, it's a cherished childhood memory that can transport us back to a simpler time, when the world was full of possibility and anything seemed possible.
I also love the city lights. There's something undeniably magical about that. It's hard not to feel a sense of awe  and wonder as you gaze out at the stunning skyline. Each little light being one person, one life. I find it inspiring to think of all the stories out there.

July  2017

Oct  2020

April  2022

July 2022

I was always taking pictures with my phone and loved to try artistic shots. I always thought it would be pretty cool to make a living out of something I really liked to do. So, my mom believed I could do it, and gifted me my first camera. I didn't really identify with couples photography, I didn't really understand. I was doing female portraits and continued until

I met my, now, husband, and kinda understood what the fuss was about with couples photography, still wasn't really into events. So I did my first couples session in October 2020 at the beach, and it was lovely. Later, in December 2023, I photographed the same couple's wedding, also at the beach and it was beautiful.

I moved to the United States in February. It was a crazy and emotional time in my life. I was alone, I didn't knew anyone other than my husband and his family, so I started messaging people on instagram asking if I could photograph them and their partner. Maggie and Kara were the only ones to answer me. We met for the session, and they took me out to dinner. Till this day, I'm extremely thankful for the chance they gave me.

I emailed a lot of photographer that were looking for a second shooter, I asked them to give me a chance. And again, only one person got back to me, Emily, with whom I'm still friends with. Although she wasn't the first photographer I second shot for, it was Nathan, who found me online. He trusted me and gave me the opportunity. It was an extremely hot day in July, and the beginning of my wedding photographer career.

As of today, I have photographed 45 weddings and elopements, where I lead 23 of them, not including other wedding related events such as engagement parties and rehearsal dinners. With many more to come. I'll always be forever grateful to my past, present and future couples for giving me the honor of celebrating with them. I love all of you.

Feb  2024

THE YEAR I got started.

the year everything started changing

the year i moved out of brazil

the year i second shot my first ever wedding

so it goes...

ow did I get here ? 

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I was always taking pictures with my phone and loved to try artistic shots. I always thought it would be pretty cool to make a living out of something I really liked to do. So, my mom believed I could do it, and gifted me my first camera. I didn't really identify with couples photography, I didn't really understand. I was doing female portraits and continued until

I met my, now, husband, and kinda understood what the fuss was about with couples photography, still wasn't really into events. So I did my first couples session in October 2020 at the beach, and it was lovely. Later, in December 2023, I photographed the same couple's wedding, also at the beach and it was beautiful.

I moved to the United States in February. It was a crazy and emotional time in my life. I was alone, I didn't knew anyone other than my husband and his family, so I started messaging people on instagram asking if I could photograph them and their partner. Maggie and Kara were the only ones to answer me. We met for the session, and they took me out to dinner. Till this day, I'm extremely thankful for the chance they gave me.

I emailed a lot of photographer that were looking for a second shooter, I asked them to give me a chance. And again, only one person got back to me, Emily, with whom I'm still friends with. Although she wasn't the first photographer I second shot for, it was Nathan, who found me online. He trusted me and gave me the opportunity. It was an extremely hot day in July, and the beginning of my wedding photographer career.

As of today, I have photographed 45 weddings and elopements, where I lead 23 of them, not including other wedding related events such as engagement parties and rehearsal dinners. With many more to come. I'll always be forever grateful to my past, present and future couples for giving me the honor of celebrating with them. I love all of you.

meet the team

I'm Liam, and I'll be your second shooter if you need one.
I'm vegan whenever my wife cooks, which is pretty much always.
Recently I've been really into film. Sometimes you forget what pictures are in a roll, and I enjoy reliving everything all of over again after it's developed.

husband\second shooter

Liam McGarrigle

loves to scratch the tv. loves her little nerf ball. came from the streets but only eats fancy food.

the supervisor

Minerva

loves to cuddle. screams a lot. snores louder than a train horn. likes to play with qtips.

the ceo

Alfredo

I'm Liam, and I'll be your second shooter if you need one.
I'm vegan whenever my wife cooks, which is pretty much always.
Recently I've been really into film. Sometimes you forget what pictures are in a roll, and I enjoy reliving everything all of over again after it's developed.

loves to scratch the tv. loves her little nerf ball. came from the streets but only eats fancy food.

loves to cuddle. screams a lot. snores louder than a train horn. likes to play with qtips.

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ll love stories deserve
 

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to be told

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eautifully