When I used to work at Brentwood Elementary, I got to know a woman named Debbie. I always enjoyed chatting with her and from knowing her through the school, I have gotten to keep in touch with her while taken both of her children’s senior photos. First, I photographed her son, Steven—class of 2017. And this year, I got to photograph her daughter, Sarah—class of 2019.
Walking through life with a family is one of the many perks of my job as a photographer. I love getting to watch Kenny and Kyleigh’s family grow from just the two of them, to the addition of their son, and then the addition of their little girl. It was a warm day outside, but that didn’t stop us from a fun time of laughter and catching up.
I have had the privilege of photographing this sweet family quite a few times and I love watching their family grow. The first time was when Sophie was 6 months old. Now, they’ve added a cute little brother to the mix, Aiden. Aiden rocked these photos and so did his big sis!
The weather was deceiving this day. I remember that there were severe storm warnings and crazy wind the night before in Kentucky. Rain was spotty. This is one of the difficult part to traveling for photo sessions. The night before I left, I prayed like crazy in hopes that the weather would cooperate for this sweet family session. Not only did it cooperate, but the overcast sky was PERFECT for photos! So thankful for God’s provision and we had such a fun time together for Pemberley’s 1 year photo session.
Valerie was one of my closest friends in middle school and early high school. We were really excited to reconnect and have had a wonderful time getting to hang out as adults. I was really excited when she shared with me that she was expecting this little boy and when she asked me to take his newborn photos, I was ecstatic! Avery did a great job and was so stinking cute.
I’ve known Kate for many years since we met in college and watching her fall in love and marry Dillon has been a beautiful thing. When they asked me to do an anniversary session for them, I was SO excited. I was already going to be in Texas to photograph one of their friend’s weddings so the timing was perfect. And let’s be honest, so was the lighting on this beautiful day for this lovely couple. We revisited some of their favorite places where we took their wedding photos and where they went on their first date.
It’s an amazing experience to watch your childhood friends become parents. Being a photographer has given me the opportunity to experience this in a unique way in which I am so very thankful.
Wisconsin wedding. Super vintage. Family farm. Old cars. Swiss Food. Polka band. Yodeling. Carolyn and Scott's wedding was filled with these things so unique to them. The love they have for each other was evident, and they knew how to have fun.
I met Shelby when I was a youth group sponsor at Cornerstone Christian Church. She was one of the students and I got to work alongside her mom and dad as fellow youth sponsors. They asked me to take some engagement photos for them last fall and man, are they the most genuine, sweetest couple. Shelby and Joe grew up together and, well, she got to marry her best friend.
I loved being able to visit Texas again this spring to photograph this amazing couple! Mr. & Mrs. Fortner, it was a blessing to be a part of your wedding day! Wishing you both the best!
Too excited about this gorgeous Texas wedding! Mr. & Mrs. Matthews, your wedding day was incredible. Thank you for letting me be a part of it.
Meet Chris and Katie! I met Katie when I went to the dentist and she was my dental hygienist! Chris is a firefighter. These two are a great couple and their wedding was beautiful. November. Fall. Gold sparkles and coral flowers.
Photographing their wedding was as much as a delight as their engagement photos: truly one of a kind & heartwarming. It was a beautiful day filled with joy, sunshine, and warmth.
July 23rd was a hot one! Whew! It was still beautiful though and I’m glad I got to photograph such a day. Betsy & Adam are a cool couple and a great fit. Their love for one another is evident and getting to know them was fun!
Photographing a wedding at your home church is a very special thing. It’s even more special when you can truly see how in love a couple is. I am so happy for Keith and Ellen. The love they share for each other is so evident and something I loved capturing.