Hi there, I’m Ashley Edmunds and I photograph weddings all over the world but my heart is in Virginia.
I grew up in Richmond, lived in the heart of Shenandoah for 7 years, and then found my way back to Richmond. Once you get to know me, you’ll see I’m a little Richmond obsessed. I can help you find the best restaurant, park, or brewery for any part of this wonderful city. I love photographing weddings here at home, in Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, DC, and beyond! When I’m not photographing weddings I’m most likely chasing River, my yellow lab trying to get a shoe out of his mouth, teaching my high school kiddos, or traveling with my amazing fiance Craig.
How to make the best of a long weekend in Sedona, Arizona.
Cody and Katie waited for this day for a long time. They tied the knot on a beautiful Spring day in Richmond.
Brittany and Everette traveled down from DC to experience the beautiful scenery at Libby Hill Park and on Monument Avenue.
This post is so exciting for me to write because baby girl Yamamoto is almost here!!! She is going to be such a lucky little girl to have Avanti and Dice as parents. Avanti and I both started working at Atlee at the same time. I still remember my very first day at Atlee, I […]
My first wedding I get to share on my brand new website!! I have lots of weddings from 2020, I will be sharing soon but today I am so excited to introduce you to Matt and Erica. Erica and I have worked together at Atlee now for 5 years!! She is such an encourager at […]
So funny story- I thought we were doing anniversary photos of Sarah and Cameron at their house. So when I pulled up to the address they gave me, I was SHOCKED. This has been a staple house in Mechanicsville ever since I was little. It’s a gorgeous white house surrounded by fields and a white […]
I have SO many sessions to post to catch you guys up on my busy Fall but I’m going to post my most recent session first! This past weekend, I met Becca and Joseph in downtown Ashland for their engagement session!! We had so much fun walking around the train stain and Randolph Macon campus. […]