This season is such a whirlwind—wedding season always is. Then if you add it to that fact that we are 40 days away from our own wedding, it feels like a constant little flurry of activity all the time. But every wedding makes me stop. It makes me look with my eyes wide open at the … View full post »
Once upon a time on the outskirts of Santa Fe, there were two Texans who drove ten hours to shoot with me while I was in town for a wedding. Our fingers froze off a little bit, but we’ve never been happier. These two lovebirds are married now, and I am so grateful to have … View full post »
Walls with ivy and family surrounding you and laughing ’til it hurts. They’re gonna be my bro-and-sis-in-law in just two months, and that just makes me all kinds of weepy. To get to be this much a part of a day like that—such a sweet, sweet gift.
I always think back to my very first day in NYC and remember how big it felt. I remember walking thirty blocks by myself along 5th Avenue and stumbling upon the Flatiron Building and smiling like an idiot as I chatted with my sister on the phone about how I couldn’t believe where I was. I … View full post »
Couples who will fly up to Oregon and battle the crazy weather to shoot with me are my kinda people. Sarah is a photographer in North Dakota, and we’ve kinda known each other forever. (Like, my brother married her sister kinda forever.) Badlands and snow flurries forever.