Reflecting on 2018: Love

Next up: Love! It was hard not to choose pretty much every photo I take for the love category because that is what I most require in my images. But, I restricted this category to couples only. 

I find, when I shoot families, that most parents only want to be in a few images, if any. I usually have to ask for a snap of the parents alone and looking back, they aren’t that creative. That needs to change! Be warned 2019 parents, I want more love between you as well!

I don’t shoot too many weddings on my own. But in addition to my own business, I also work in the industry with Off Beet Productions, shooting almost 20 weddings in 2018! So, to answer your question, YES, I do weddings!!

Jessemyn & Andrew

Nineteen years ago, Jessemyn and Andrew dated as teenagers not knowing that it would take almost two full decades before they made the legal commitment of marriage. To them, it changes nothing about their relationship, and it is clear that 19 years hasn’t diminished their love for each other one bit!

Reflecting on 2017: Best of Love

To say this is a "best of" post is unfair. My opinion of favorites changes quite often. So let's call it a highlight reel from the last year!

See below for some snaps of love through my lens. And by the looks of it, our forevers can happen at any age! 

Brian + Gerard

Summer is over, so let's restart it, ok? Back just as the anticipation of warm weather was on the horizon, Brian and Gerard solidified a long, beautiful relationship and became husband and husband. It was an intimate group, where they dined among memories full of celebration, celebrity, and wine, LOTS of wine. If those walls could talk... 

Jennifer & Matthew

I can't complain about the wedding industry, because without it, I would work a lot less, but there's something to be said about simple, backyard weddings. They still require a lot of preparation, but they're so unique, intimate, and full of nothing but love. That is what Jen & Mat's felt like.