I can’t believe I have lived in Virginia my entire life and have never been to Yorktown before (that I can remember, any way)! I had the best time exploring the area with Ariana and Chase. They were up for anything, so we chased the light and ended up getting some really beautiful photographs for them. I already can’t wait to go back and shoot! Here is a little peek at their couple’s session.
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Jenna contacted me last year to book a family session with her best friend Tenney to document their bond after some trying times. She loves cherry blossoms, so we scheduled her during their peak bloom on our farm in Doswell, VA. The weather was beautiful, Tenney was full of energy, and we had the best time giggling at his many expressions and antics. Jenna’s metal grouping turned out absolutely breathtaking. The reclaimed barn wood frames that we selected to compliment her chosen images were stunning too. One of my favorite pieces to date so far! You can see a quick cell pic I posted to my Facebook page from when I received her order. I couldn’t resist because it was just so perfect! Here is a quick peek at a few highlights from their family portrait session.
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Amanda and Wes had a beautiful, intimate wedding at a picturesque farm named Bandit’s Ridge in Louisa, Virginia. It was a perfect day, with sweet little details that held true to their laid back and country style. Both families felt the void of family members that had passed before their time, and the tears of both grief and happiness flowed freely from everyone’s eyes. They say butterflies signify those that have passed on… and wouldn’t you know, a black and blue butterfly visited us during the family formals and first landed on Amanda, then Wes’ beard, and even tried to stay with him for the evening by flying up his sleeve. It was amazing. I had a great time photographing this wedding with all the love and emotion in the air and now am so happy to be able to share a few of the highlights with you!
I had the pleasure of working with Mason on her senior portraits a couple weeks ago on my farm in Doswell, and I cannot believe how amazingly photogenic this chick is! Almost every frame was usable and I had the toughest time narrowing her gallery down. Here are some highlights of my favorite images from her session.
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I had the pleasure of working with Amanda and her two adorable kids recently. They were so well behaved and just so sweet! We discussed wardrobe prior to the session and I was so happy to see that she nailed Adam’s outfit. He looked like such a little gentleman. She borrowed a dress from my Client Closet for Kendall and oh my gosh, she looked precious! That dress is perfect for twirling 😉 I have a few gorgeous dresses available for my littlest clients to borrow that look great for children’s portraits or family photos. All sessions are styled during the consultation, so if you’re clothing-impaired, don’t worry! We will get you all dressed perfectly.
Take a look at the images below and you’ll see just a few reasons why I love working with this family!
I was recently challenged by this gorgeous high school senior (who happens to be my cousin!) to produce some unique images that would not only capture her radiating beauty, but would also capture her free spirit and artistic soul.
Challenge accepted. We have since been working together on an extended project, which you will see more of later. For now, here is a small peek at this shoot portraying Laila as a mysterious gypsy ❤
I’ve had a few babies to snuggle lately after a little newborn dry-spell! They’re so cute and tiny at this age, and that sure does make me miss my own babies being so little. But I get to snuggle these babies, pose and photograph them, and send them back to their parents and that is good enough for me! Ha!
Here is a little peek at Baby E’s recent newborn session!
I had the pleasure of working with Maria and her sweet little boy on a Mommy & Me session for the two of them. She is a photographer as well, so she knows all too well how important it is for us mommies to actually be IN some of the pictures sometimes 😉 I’m so glad they’ll get to keep these little moments forever. Here is a peek at their session.
I’ve had so many sessions so far this year and I’m terrible at blogging each and every one, so I am just going to randomly select a few to blog. And a lot of them will be unicorns because I’ve photographed a ton of them this year!
I LOVED Mallory’s session. She is a super sweet girl and was so great and so cooperative. If you have any young children, you know that can always be hit or miss depending on the day. She was a trooper, despite the cooler weather, and I was so ecstatic to show her mama these images! Her album and canvas turned out BEAUTIFUL. I can’t wait for her to see her entire order!
I shot Joe & Liz’s engagement photos last summer and was thrilled when they asked me to photograph their big day. The time finally arrived for their wedding, and it was a gorgeous event…. fun but elegant, and at a unique venue, The First Lady of Suffolk, in Suffolk, Virginia.
We eyed the weather all afternoon and crossed our fingers, and although it poured during the ceremony (which was in a church, thankfully), it stopped raining just in time for everyone to enjoy the outdoor seating areas at the reception venue, and we were able to get some portraits of the bridal party outdoors as well.
It was a beautiful day and I’m so happy for the newlyweds! I hope you guys enjoy this small peek at their big day.
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