Recent Elopements & Sessions
It was an absolute dream to be able to spend the day with Lance and Kailee and capture these special photos. We had an amazing afternoon with stunning views and perfect weather. Kailee and Lance live in Arizona and this was actually there very first time to the Grand Canyon!! It was so special to witness them experience it for the first time alongside one another.
I had the best little urban adventure with Katherine and Christian for their engagement photos. These two are so lighthearted and fun to be around, not to mention naturals in front of the camera!
Back in May I had the honor of taking Andrew and Megan’s engagement photos at my favorite park in Indiana. I had the best time running around Brown County with these two, and we couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day.
As much as I love the artistic side of photography, it isn’t the creativity that makes me love my job so much, it’s the people. I feel very grateful and honored to get to know, and spend time with, so many amazing and unique humans. From the moment Faraz and Kamelia pulled up at Joshua Tree, I knew we were going to hit it off. They were so extremely sweet and easy going, and it made the shoot so fun.
I don’t think my poor little camera has ever gotten more soaked during a shoot! If you look closely at some of these photos, you can literally see tiny pieces of hail in Gabe and Michelle’s hair. :D
Woweeee. I’m literally still swooning over this shoot from 2 weeks ago! SoCal weather did not disappoint, and we had the most gorgeous lighting as we ran around Chino Hills State Park.
Trekking around Glencoe with these cuties was such a blast. I don’t think there was ever a 2 minute span where Gabe wasn’t busting out laughing.
This second shoot with Matt & Tamar was so much fun. They were seriously the best and instead of complaining about the cold, they literally danced in the rain!
Shooting with Matt & Tamar in the gorgeous Scottish Highlands was such a dream. We had some gnarly weather, with cold temps and pouring rain, but I don’t think smiles ever left their faces.