“How did you meet?”
It’s a question every couple gets asked. And in my experience – it’s always a great story.
It’s family that makes a house a home. And it’s family that really shows you just how powerful a legacy of love can be.
Seeing two sets of proud grandparents cooing and smiling at their sweet grandson. To see two parents snuggle close and just light up each time their son cracked a smile. And to see Ashlee and Jake embrace each other and giggle the entire evening brings one of my “reasons why” sharply into focus.
When Ashleys mom first got in touch with me about wedding photos I had no idea who the bride to be was. Then, a day or so later, after sending over more info I get an email from Ashley asking a very random and not at all wedding related question.
“Did you dive in High School?
The day started out cool and drizzly. But truly, nothing could dampen Danielle’s spirit.
You can always tell when someone has just found their match. There is a way that they interact. A look that they give one another. That cute smile, and the way she giggles as he whispers something in her ear.
Every once in a while I get to do a session that, as soon as I hear about it I can’t stop thinking about it. It just so happens that Dulce and Bryan got engaged one a stretch of river that my family had been rafting for years, so as soon as they told me that they wanted to go back to the camp spot where Bryan proposed to do their engagement photos I was all in!Read More
One of the true blessings of my job is getting to be there for some of the most monumental, life-changing moments in my client lives. It’s even better when its our friends celebrating their life-changing moments! There are so many times in their lives that my dear clients invite me back to celebrate with them again, and I can’t thank them enough for these moments. Each and every couple I have holds a place near and dear in my heart and I truly feel I have the best clients around!
We slid into the car a flash lit up the sky over the monument. I said a little prayer that the rain would hold out just long enough. As photographers we walk a fine line with mother nature. Clouds are our best friends, a little Beyonce wind here and there is a dream come true. But often, too much of a good thing spells disaster.
It looked so cold, so blustery, but it wasn’t wet out yet. There was hope.
The sweet, salty air clung to their skin as they made their way down the beach. The sun hung low in sky, casting a golden glow across the sand. Hand in hand they walked as he did his best not to fidget with the trinket in his pocket.
I’m pretty sure snail mail is the best thing ever. In a time where one word texts and quick likes on Instagram are the norm, it really says something when someone fills the mailbox at the end of your drive.
And it’s even better when what’s waiting inside is the key to a box. And in the box, an engagement ring. Or a ring pop.