I’m a huge fan of variety . It keeps you on your toes, it makes life interesting, and it’s just plain fun .
This couple was all about variety, too and i loved every minute of it .
From goofing off in the Arts District, to making out under trees and rolling in the grass, to rooftop bars and getting fancy for a sultry night on the town . variety is where it’s at .
I’ve never seen a bride and groom be so accommodating to those around them on their own wedding day . These two are some of the most generous, kind, compassionate and genuine people I’ve ever had the privilege of photographing . And their sweet unwavering love for each other was so easy to document . I loved everything about this Tulsa wedding .
& a big thanks to Abby Coyle for assisting me at this wedding . :]
I’m all about PDA . Anyone who knows me personally can attest to it by how much I’m always huggin’ and kissin’ my boo . I can’t help it! He’s such a babe . :]
And I’m always making my couples do the same .. but these two I didn’t have to say a thing . ;] The love and sweet passion these two have is undeniable and it was a lot of fun to capture . ah, I love love .
these two .
I’ve known him since middle school and have always appreciated his goofiness and being so down to earth . And her.. she’s someone I wish I’d known for years . The sweetest and gentlest of souls, complimenting Blaine’s orneriness in the best of ways . They’re ridiculously perfect for each other and I’m happy to be photographing such perfection .
In honor of Mother’s Day, I decided to blog a post to celebrate motherhood! Over the past several months I’ve had the opportunity to photograph beautiful mommy’s-to-be and some precious newborns and I figured there’s probably no better day to do it than this one .
I know I can’t begin to understand the difficulties and blessings that come with becoming a mother, but as I watch my siblings and friends have babies, I can’t help but be in awe of the love that’s indescribable between mom and babe .
Happy Mother’s Day all you mom’s!
This one is long overdue . I have several shoots I’ll be blogging in the next week or two that are overdue . Blogging is time consuming and hard work . But i know it’s importance . Not only for business, but for myself . To come pour out the overflow of my creativity, the gift I’ve been given of working with amazing clients and friends, and some stinkin pretty pictures that I’m proud of .
This is Logan & Maddie . Two that I have had the privilege of knowing for awhile now and two that fell madly in love, quickly and deeply . It was an honor getting to photograph their beautiful, intimate day in Austin, TX a few months ago .
I love being a fly on the wall on these days . a fly with an expensive camera . snapping the shutter at moments least expected . or expected . whichever, or both .
I’m a firm believer in doing what makes you happy . People are always going to have their own opinions, always try to steer you or encourage you in things they think will be good for you . Which is nice, sometimes . But ultimately , you know what makes you happy . what’s important to you . what you value and what’s precious to you .
Avery & Indira’s wedding plans took drastic changes a month before their wedding date for this very reason . Changing all their big plans for a big wedding made please other people, into a small and intimate backyard wedding that suited them and made them happy . And it was magnificent .
Completely tailored to the intimate relationship Avery & Indira share, it reflected out into their small ceremony with the closest of friends and family .
I felt honored to have been there . To have witnessed something so sweet and personal, passionate and intentional, relaxed and care-free . To have had to privilege of documenting such a stunning bride and groom and homemade details and decorations . Just beautiful .