These two opted to do their engagement session in the bride’s childhood home, in Thomasville Georgia. It was a classic Georgia home with so much charm. They knew they wanted to incorporate their love of their dogs, as well as her love of fashion. I absolutely adored the vintage blue skirt she chose to wear at the end of their session. The camellias were in full bloom (my favorite time of year in North Florida/Southern Georgia). We got to be playful and start inside, but I love that we ended around sunset.Read More
I don’t normally encourage my couples to do their session inside of a hotel, but this resort was so beautifully curated. The furniture was modern and the light pouring in created this moody glow. I pushed myself out of my comfort zone with film and metering, and I’m so glad that I did. I wanted to show off the light coming through Christina’s jumpsuit, as well as the overall connection between the two of them. We finished the session on the beach, right around sunset. These are some of my favorite engagement photos I’ve ever taken. This is what can happen when you hire a photographer you trust. They gave me total freedom and trusted in the process.Read More
I get a lot of couples that don’t really understand why engagement sessions are important or if it’s something they really need to do. I want to use this space to go over some simple reasons as to why engagement sessions are a wonderful addition to your wedding collection.
Click to read the reasons I believe engagement sessions are vital.Read More
This light filled Goodwood Museum engagement session was full of warm Tallahassee light and a gorgeous color palette.