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March 21, 2018

Little River Farms Wedding on New Years Eve

Seth and Patricia had the right idea when they chose to close out 2017 and walk into 2018 by becoming Mr. and Mrs. and held their New Years Eve wedding at Little River Farms in Alpharetta.

It was such a joy to serve both of them during this season of their lives, especially because I’ve known Seth for 14 years of my life!  Crazy, right? Well way back between my sophomore and junior year of college, I left my home state of Illinois to intern for a church outside of Atlanta. As the church searched for a host family for me, word got out to Seth’s parents that I was a student at Judson College which just happened to be where they also attended. So, they said yes and I lived in their basement for a summer. What’s so cool is that Seth is now pursuing his dream of becoming a pro golfer and I remember him hitting golf balls over and over and over into a net in another room in the basement. I think it’s paying off!

Since Seth and I have known each other for so long, there was a real comfort level and trust when it came time to help him pull off the proposal. So, after many emails, phone calls, and coordinating with one of Patricia’s closest friends, I hid outside of the restaurant Canoe and waited for them to come outside.  Check out the proposal and engagement photos HERE. Thankfully we pulled everything off and Patricia, a former Miss Georgia which is pretty cool and something she’s super humble about, loved the images and they wanted me to capture their wedding day as well.

Everything about their wedding day was perfect and completely them from the elegant dress that Patricia wore to the golf tees engraved with their names and wedding date. It also stayed just barely warm enough for us to take advantage of the beautiful overcast sky light outside and create some great images together.

Thank you Seth and Patricia for trusting me to serve you both from the proposal to the wedding day exit. You guys are two of the best and I know will do incredible things together as you love each other and serve those around you!

March 20, 2018

Moss Family Session

While I don’t post or promote this very often, I actually really enjoy reconnecting with past couples to do family sessions. Lindley and Ryan wanted some new photos to use for their Christmas cards last year and so we met up at a favorite spot of mine along with their two pups for a quick 30 minute mini session.

I loved what we were able to capture in such a short amount of time and it really helped that they already knew what it was like to work with me. They are so fun and natural in front of the camera.

Thanks Lindley and Ryan for such a fun session and look forward to more in the future!


March 20, 2018

Foxhall Resort Engagement Session

I knew I was going to enjoy working with Kristen and Sean from the first time we met. I so appreciated their honesty in their questions as we talked about their wedding day and what they wanted in a photographer. It was more than just about the photos for them. They wanted someone who would help them feel comfortable as well as and we hit it off pretty quick when we met for coffee.

Since they will be getting married at Foxhall Resort this coming fall in The Stables, we decided to take advantage of the property for their engagement session as well. Below are some of my favorite images from their session.

Thanks Kristen and Sean for allowing me to serve you during this season and can’t wait for your wedding!

February 27, 2018

Serenbe Wedding

Late October days typically give way to mild temps and a bit of warmth still felt by the late fall sunshine, but this day provided more of that mid-winter chill that stings the skin a bit. However, Emily was an absolute champ in her gorgeous gown and the day couldn’t have been more memorable.

While every wedding has its memorable moments, there was a specific moment that took place that I will forever remember. I’ve helped set up and facilitate dozens of first looks and every single one is awesome and unique, but this one provided an image that will always be one of my favorites. As Hunter turned around, his face filled with emotion and tears and he immediately covered it up because he was just so stunned by the beauty of his bride. In order to hold in her own emotions and probably aide in saving her makeup a bit, Emily also covered her face. As you’ll see, this one shot perfectly summed up their entire day.

Hunter and Emily held their ceremony outside on Serenbe’s property located just outside of Atlanta. After taking advantage of the incredible light as well as a warm blanket for their wedding portraits, we headed over to the open pavilion to get their party started.

The day was completely full of laugher, tears of joy, and just true , raw celebration of two people becoming one.

Thank you Hunter and Emily for trusting me during this season from your engagement session to your wedding day. You were both incredible to work with and serve and I hope you treasure these images for the rest of your lives!


Florals + Planner – Amy Osaba Design

Video – CL Money

Catering – Endive

Hair/Makeup – Makeup Couture

Cake – Peche Petite

Band – The Free


February 27, 2018

Black Rock Mountain Engagement Session

I headed up to north Georgia to meet Avery and Jeremy at Black Rock Mountain State Park for their engagement session. While this location typically boasts incredible views of the Appalachian Mountain foothills, we instead found ourselves in the clouds. Despite the lack of views from the top, we still created some great photos together as we embraced the ethereal surroundings.

Once we finished on the peak, we drove down below the clouds where we could still capture a little of the rolling hills landscape and last bit of fall color clinging to the trees.

Thank you Avery and Jeremy for a great session and I can’t wait to celebrate with you this coming fall on your wedding day!

February 19, 2018

North Georgia Elopement

I’m so grateful that our team could serve Jeff and Melissa during this season for their engagement session and north Georgia elopement. I captured their engagement session to one of their favorite spots along the Chattahoochee River while my associate, Rachel, covered their elopement that took place in a small cabin up in Blue Ridge, GA.

Jeff and Melissa wanted something small and intimate and this Blue Ridge cabin surrounded by all the fall colors provided the perfect backdrop.

Thanks Jeff and Melissa for trusting our team. You guys were awesome to work with and love what we created together!

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February 15, 2018

Katie and Stephen – Tannery Row Wedding – Buford, GA

Katie and Stephen were married at the historic Tannery Row building in Buford, GA. It was such a joy to serve them both during this season, especially since I’ve known Katie and her family now for over 12 years. I loved the industrial backdrop that Tannery Row provided to the clean and modern style Katie and her family created for the ceremony.

One thing I love doing is telling unique stories that will highlight the personalities of the couple. So, knowing that Katie and Stephen both love Disney, we met up in Orlando about a month later at Magic Kingdom in order to do a quick mini-session hitting up some of their favorite spots inside the park.

Thank you Katie and Stephen for trusting me to capture this season in your lives!


January 24, 2018

Averil and Gopal – 9.22-23.17 – High Museum of Art

Everything about Averil and Gopal’s wedding was absolutely stunning. From the Pellikuthuru and Pellikoduku ceremony to the Sangeet, and from the Baraat to the ceremony and reception, it was a beautiful joining of two people that was full of color, celebration, meaning, and love. 

Thank you Averil and Gopal for trusting me to capture this season in your lives. It was an amazing couple of days watching and documenting your celebration with your closest family and friends from all over the world!

January 18, 2018

Forrest and Landry – Destination Engagement Session – Rocky Mountain National Park

Despite freezing temps and wind gusts of 30+ that felt like would knock us over at times, we still managed to capture some great shots for Forrest and Landry’s Destination Engagement Session.

I’ve known Forrest for year and was so excited when he reached out about capturing this season for them. Since Landry is currently working out in Colorado and I was planning on going camping for a few nights out there, we decided to meet up in Rocky Mountain National Park. They are both outdoorsy people who love camping, hiking, and climbing so it fit them perfectly.

I also added a few long exposures I took that night of the clear, star-filled sky.

Thanks Forrest and Landry for a great shoot and can’t wait to serve you on your wedding day!

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