It’s Wedding Wednesday! I am so happy to be sharing Erin & Kyle’s engagement photos from Franklin Park Conservatory with you today! Kyle actually had me shoot their proposal, and this is so special to get to photograph their engagement and their wedding next Spring!Read More
Good morning! Today I am sharing another senior session on the blog! I cannot tell you how awesome it is that my clients return again and again for photos. I shot Chris’ brother Caleb’s senior portraits a couple of years ago and I was so happy their mom reached out to me again for Chris’ portraits!Read More
Happy Wedding Wednesday! Today I am sharing Brittney and Trey’s engagement shoot from Homestead Park! I love shooting at this park. I rarely do because it is about 45 minutes away, but I was so happy to drive out for this gorgeous couple!
Brittney and Trey met on a soccer league team. Trey was on the team with one of Brittney’s friends and she asked Brittney if she would like to join too. Such a sweet story to how they met! My favorite part of their story though is the engagement. Trey had to work hard to get Brittney to the zoo. It seemed like everything was working against him that evening, but he finally convinced Brittney that they had to go because there was a special exhibit with penguins going on that evening (sadly, this was not true haha). Trey took Brittney on a walk through “North America” and to her surprise, he proposed at the bottom of the polar bear exhibit! If you know the Columbus Zoo and you’re an animal lover, you can imagine how beautiful and romantic this was, especially for two animal lovers!
Happy Wedding Wednesday! Today I am sharing Kelly and Tyler’s engagement session on the blog! Oh guys, I this night was so beautiful and Kelly and Tyler were so amazing in front of the camera!
Kelly and Tyler went to the same school, but they didn’t really know each other until their dads decided to set them up several years later! That’s right, their dads set them up: the cutest thing ever. They got engaged this past summer as the sun was setting on the beach!Read More
Last week of October! Where did it go?? October is to photographers what April is to accountants. The entire month feels like one really long week to me! BUT I love this and love getting you beautiful people in front of my camera.
Today I am sharing Corrina’s senior session. Okay guys, this was a hard one to write. I started teaching Corrina ice skating when she was… I think twelve? She is now in her senior year at Pickerington North and making me feel my age. I am so proud of this sweet girl. She showed up to her senior session and she was by herself. I was like, “Did you come here alone??” She drove herself, in her own car, like a dang adult. I feel like this is a rare thing for people her age now. She has a steady job and is hoping to attend OSU next fall and study computer stuff that I don’t understand, maybe application development. Again, so stinkin’ proud of her. Also, she used to show up to skating practice half asleep and hair unbrushed and I’d be hollering at her and holy guacamole she shows up to her senior session with this sassy short hair cut perfectly fitting her personality, wearing makeup and I can’t take how beautiful. UGH.Read More
If you know Rob and Alyssa, you know that these two actually got married on Saturday!! Since Rob is in the Navy, we didn’t have the opportunity to do engagement photos until last week though, but we got them done! Guys, I LOVE these two!
Rob and Alyssa met three years ago while interning at The Ohio House of Representatives. A friendship soon turned into an incredible love story. Rob joined the Navy after graduating from college but that did not keep these two apart! Last Christmas, Rob had planned to propose at Park of Roses with all the stringy lights up, but the lights didn’t go up last year, so he and Alyssa went to Easton, where they took a romantic walk through the lights and when they got to the big Christmas tree, Rob got down on one knee!Read More
Good morning! Today I am sharing Molly & Chris' engagement session. These two are getting married in less than two months! I am so excited to be headed back to The Pinnacle in Grove City for their big day!
Molly & Chris met at a concert. Molly's friend had told her about one of the guys that would be at the concert: Chris. I asked if this was like a blind date for them, but Chris said he didn't know that Molly would be there. No matter, because obviously these two hit it off and were were meant to be!
Good morning! I'm so excited to share Tanijah's senior portraits on the blog today. I had so much fun photographing this gorgeous and intelligent young lady.
I've said it before, but seniors are my favorite to photograph. I love learning about their dreams and their goals on how to achieve them. Photographing Tanijah was no different, and was even more special.
At first Tanijah seemed a little shy, but I quickly learned she has an incredible personality! I loved learning about her plans for the future. She told me she plans on attending Bowling Green in the fall and studying social work. When I asked her if anyone had inspired her, she smiled and said, "myself." And I instantly loved her.Read More
Holy mackerel! It's MAY! How did we get to May 2018?? My 2018 seniors are graduating so soon, my busy season has officially begun. I am so excited, y'all!
Alright, guys. I just want to make this clear: I always want to be that photographer you go to when you want photos of your pups! I was SO EXCITED when Laura reached out for portraits, and the main reasoning behind these photos was to celebrate her and Steve's sweet beagle puppy Leila's first birthday!
Happy Tuesday! I met up with Hannah, Jordan, and Sam last fall on a cold morning at Scioto Audubon Park for their family session. Hannah and I were both ice skaters. We even did Columbus Blue Jackets Ice Crew a few seasons together and went to the same high school so it was really fun to catch up with her and meet her super sweet little family.
I absolutely loved her little boy, Sam. He’s so adorable and was such a trooper in that cold air!Read More