Every year, right around February, I start getting super antsy. By that point in winter I’m pretty over the cold weather, and I’m ready to get outside, get someone in front of my camera and get some creativity back in my life, so I typically some type of session giveaway or model call so that I have a shoot to look forward to.
Mike proposed to Vicky by putting her engagement ring in the ice cream he brought home to her so it only seemed fitting that their engagement session should include ice cream! (At 8 o'clock in the morning no less!!)
There are so many things I love about London and Corey, but one thing that especially stood out to me throughout their wedding planning process is the way they genuinely enjoy each other. They love so hard.
Sarah and I met about 6ish years ago at the start of nursing school. She sat in the row in front of me for 3 semesters where we (and the rest of our class) cried a little about how we were sure we failed every single test/exam/quiz/class. Nursing school is HARD y’all!!!
I'd like to start this blog with a shout out to my super loving and ever patient husband/second-shooter for not freaking out when we were driving to the location and I yelled, "STOP!!! I NEED TO PICK SOME OF THOSE FLOWERS ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD!!!!".
I'm forever amazed by how intricate the human body is. How finite and particularly laid out every blood vessel and artery is. How every single cell has a specific purpose. How every breath and heartbeat are so necessary but not even thought about.
When Sarah and I were in our super early teens we were the very best of friends. Completely inseparable. Full of secrets and teenage girl giggles. We both lived in Kentucky at the time. And then life happened and within two weeks of each other I moved to Pennsylvania and she moved to Germany. We swore we'd always be bestest friends, that nothing would change our friendship, that we would write and call and stay in touch. And….