I got really inspired while watching Jobe play baseball this year to do this personal project. Jobe has been playing baseball since he was three or four and I’ve been to countless games. With Jobe starting his senior year this Fall, I know the opportunity to watch him play is going to grow short. I love the way it came out and will be incorporating this sort of sport shoot into my senior sessions.
Now that Dana & Clay have said I do I can finally share her bridals! I love Dana’s assurance in the marriage she is about to build and it makes her so calm and allows her to exude happiness. I had a great time at the wedding, look for those to come to the blog soon as well!
I love photographing a couple that you can tell are best friends. Les can make Annie laugh at the drop of a hat and its so much fun to watch. I can’t wait to get to know these guys better on our way to the wedding!
I was so lucky to be able to photograph this stunning garden anniversary party! I met Mrs. Marilyn when I got married at her beautifully restored church, L’Eglise. Her keen eye that made L’Eglise so beautiful to me was seamlessly transferred to this dinner party. I just couldn’t’ stop photographing all of these beautiful details from the flowers (put together by Flowers by Rodney) to the french food! Of course no matter how beautifully everything was set up to be it wouldn’t have mattered if it wasn’t filled with love and joy. It was awesome to see such a heartwarming celebration! Enjoy!
Kate is the closest thing I have to a sister. I love her so much even though growing up together and being so close in age wasn’t always a piece of cake. I am so happy and grateful that she has found Trae. He is going to make a wonderful addition to our family. My husband and I had so much fun with them on this shoot. We cut up so much I’m surprised we got any work done at all. I am counting down the days to the wedding. I know it is going to be amazing! Love yall, congrats!