One time I was selling a lens and Christine bought it, so technically we met via email. Then she was a second shooter at my best friend’s wedding. Then we met up once for burgers and whiskey in Atlanta. Then she came back to visit so I could take photos of her and laugh. A LOT. Then she spent the night and we laughed more, now making us more than internet friends.
I wish there was a way to find out how many inappropriate words were said during photo taking. Thanks for being so fun, Christine!
After playing with the Patchell’s adorable boys, the grown ups went out and Mark and I discovered that Jason and Lindsey are Top Shelf double date friends.
We have truly been blessed with amazing friends through Young Life. Jason is on staff in The Woodlands, Texas and Lindsey runs one of our favorite ministries ever, Young Lives. We’re already excited to spend time with y’all again, whenever and wherever it may be!
The good news is Pam is a super hot bride. The bad news you’ll have to wait until after April 23rd for the proof.
See Jason and Pam’s engagement session here if you haven’t yet!
Remember when Dan and Jen got married? They’re still so cool.
Enjoy some pearpickin’-tireswingin’-leafthrowin’ east Tennessee in the Fall goodness! And flarerific light.
I only photograph cool seniors who like to do things like the robot.
When those doors opened and Allison walked down the aisle to “How He Loves Us,” 20 years of friendship circled in my head as my eyes focused on the most beautiful bride ever. Standing next to Allison and crying like a baby as her and Steven got married will go down in history as one of my all time favorite moments.
A little over a month ago, Allison came to Georgia and we shot her bridals. Nobody has ever looked better in JCrew dress.
This photo is in my top 3 favorite photos I’ve ever taken. I think JCrew needs it in their catalog.
We played with some of the fabric pennants that Allison made to hang all over the reception.