Friday, March 25, 2016

Country Boys

When photographing little ones, I find it is a careful balance of playing with toys, chasing, rough housing, letting them explore my equipment, all the while capturing these moments in time on the camera hanging on for dear life to my neck! It was so much fun spending the morning with these boys and their momma. Melt my heart, these images are precious!!

Thank you so much for sharing your little ones with me S.! I can't wait until next time!!
Much Love, 

Friday, March 18, 2016

Mandy's Maternity Session

There were so many events leading up to this shoot, that we almost missed our precious window. First there was a snowstorm... An epic snowstorm that made it impossible for us to get to each other. So we rescheduled; for the only day either of us had free. 2 weeks before the baby was scheduled to arrive. I left them saying: "Enjoy the next few weeks" only to get a text the next day from the momma saying she was experiencing labor. Sure enough, little Peanut arrived just two days after our maternity session. Phew!! We barely squeezed it in! 

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Brutha's 4 Life...

Spending time with seniors is probably the most fun I have as a photographer. They are usually up for my crazy adventurous ideas, and we have a blast laughing. If we could all just go back to that awesome point, being 18, carefree, having the time of our lives. 

Sydnee and her friend Savanah (or "brutha's" as they called each other) spent the day with me and we had so much fun. Froze our tookus' off, but fun none the less.

Thanks Guys, I had so much fun with you!! Have a great summer!

Much Love, 

Autumn Glory... A Wedding

   Is there anything better than the beginning of fall here in West Virginia? The air is still warm, with the sweet smells of the leaves changing, apples ripening, the sky full of warm tones as the earth fills with color. It's my favorite time of year, and a great day for Danielle and Cory's very Fall themed wedding. 

 There were pumpkins everywhere.

The Bride's "Something Blue"
Before the ceremony, the groom's mom, Kelly, handed him a 4-leaf clover. He said it's actually a superpower of hers, being able to find them wherever she goes. This was the first one I had ever laid eyes on.

  These "pie stands" were crafted by the groom's brother-in-law and grandfather. Danielle & Cory opted for pies and cobblers instead of cake. How great is that?

 The tastes of fall were everywhere: Maple Syrup favors, Honey Pots, Candy Corn, and "Blushing Bride" Wine that the Groom made for the Bride. Their personal touch was very evident.

In lieu of a guestbook, they chose to have a "Finger Print Tree". So cool.

Another great wedding guys!! Best Wishes to you and your whole family!

Much Love,