Finally ! Letting kids be kids. Playing on the slide and in the water, running around in a romper. Rohan’s 1 year session is one of my favorites because he looks comfortable and free, just how a il bubs should be <3
The pup even had outfit changes ! Jigna + Mo are tying the knot in Mexico, and wanted to capture an Engagement Session here in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park prior to heading to Puerto Vallarta. We braved the always 50% chance of rain and lucked out with some gorgeous, glowing light in the park.
Here’s to more pops of color to brighten Summer <3
Blossoms beginning, wisteria. Warmer sunsets. Longer days. Let the seasons of love begin.
Taylor & Jon recently booked me for their Manor Golf & Country Club wedding this autumn. I always like to gift couples an engagement session, so we can get to know each other and make some beautiful images together. These two asked for some of my favorite locations, and I was stoked to share Cator Woolford Gardens and the Jackson Street Bridge skyline with them. We chatted foodie nerdy things, the early stages of dating evolving into love, and all things Spring in Atlanta.
So looking forward to being more a part of their story and union <3
Laughing so hard my face hurt. That’s not how I always leave a workday, but it sure was how I spent my session with Sarah & Nick. These two had known each other since high school, parted ways, and reconnected. Deciding to say “forever-ever,” they chose me to capture their wedding later this year at Atlanta’s Oakland Cemetery. We decided on Sweetwater Creek State Park and Home Depot for their Engagement Session. One location I’m very familiar and confident with, and the other admittedly a creative challenge.
It was so great to wander in the light with these two, and I cannot wait to capture their love story this autumn !
GOALS ! That’s all I have to say about Amanda + Konner’s intimate, Anthropologie inspired backyard weddings. Antique literature touches, real candles, candy bar, ferns and laughs and love galore. Not going to lie, I took some table scape notes.
Check out the sweet first look at Amanda’s family home.
It is always a joy to be part of people's lives for the long run. A friend of the family, I've known Ronald since we both lived in NYC. He was Chef de Cuisine at 3 Michelin starred restaurant, Le Bernardin. I was working in fashion photography. Fast forward a few years and I was so honored to be asked to shoot his Engagement photographs with his love, Jackie. We met at my studio in downtown Atlanta to warm up, dance around and share some stories. Heading to the Atlanta Botanical Garden after, we talked about their ever evolving plans for their wedding, the restaurant scene in Atlanta (where Ronald's family owns and operates multiple spaces such as Sweet Auburn BBQ and Lazy Betty Pop-ups), and everything in between. I always love being a part of my client's + friend's big moments in life and can't wait to see these two tie the knot !