This was a particularly fun shoot, because we got to explore and have fun with it. Our favorite part of lifestyle photography is to never know what will take place in the shoot. We can go anywhere we want to, do anything we want to, and most of all have an adventure.
Felesha was amazingly fun to take photos of. Not only is she naturally photogenic, but she's also a lot of fun. This talented musician is a joy to be around. We hope you all enjoy the time we got to spend together.
While I was visiting family back in Indiana last month, I had a chance to take this adorable couple's engagement photos. Angie is the little sister of a dear friend that I have known since childhood, and I got to meet her fiancé Brent that evening.
It didn't take long to see how much these two love each other, and how great they are together. They're definitely the kind of couple who know how to have fun, while looking fantastic at the same time! I hope you enjoy this shoot as much as I did.
From time spent over coffee to a wedding day that turned out beautiful in just about every way, this couple was great!
We met Pat and Joanne originally for coffee, which is when I learned that most baristas in Seattle find you really strange if you order decaf, like I did. Immediately we could see how much they cared about each other, and how excited they were to get married.
All that excitement was so evident in their engagement photos, (which can be found here) and in their wedding day celebration, which was an event to remember. These two were wonderful.
We showed up that morning and anticipation was in the air. We almost got the groom mixed up with his brother, which can be a little awkward when we didn't realize he had an identical twin. After learning that valuable lesson, we proceeded to take photos of the correct people from that point on.
Everything was planned out perfectly, and we enjoyed watching traditions unfold from both of their families.
Overall these guys did a fantastic job at planning their wedding, and we couldn't have been happier to be able to spend the entire day documenting their beautiful occasion.
This morning before leaving Indiana, I had a wonderful chance to take some photos of my grandpa at his old farm that has been in his family since 1854. I can't wait to share more of all the history that is at that farm. I have many wonderful memories from going there as a child. Here are a couple frames.