A Look Back On 2017 | Fort Wayne & Indianapolis Photographer

What a year 2017 was in more ways that I can list. It was an amazing year filled with change, growth, and opportunities I had only dreamed about. I had the privilege of working with so many amazing couples, families, and individuals; who I can't thank enough for making this year one to remember. I loved meeting new people in Fort Wayne, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Chicago, IL, Fairfield, CT and Michigan. 

I decided to just share an overview of the year, and I also mixed in some of my editorial work from my new website I launched earlier in the spring www.ruthyaro.com

Cheers to 2017 & excited to see what 2018 will bring. 

 

 

I couldn't end this post without sharing the about the highlight of the year. I was given an amazing opportunity to freelance for The Wall Street Journal a couple times, and through it I had the pleasure of meeting some of the kindest people. 

 

1. https://www.wsj.com/articles/three-sisters-three-weddings-may-june-july-1494948766

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Noelle | Fort Wayne, IN Botanical Conservatory Lifestyle

Noelle and I seem to have a tradition of going to a botanical conservatory every so often when we get together. We spent the afternoon catching up where we had left off over tacos and then explore my city of Fort Wayne, IN. 

Here are a few of my favorites of this beautiful soul. You can see the lovely photos she look of me on her blog.  

 

 

Boston | Personal Photography

Boston will always have a piece of my heart and be my home away from home ( that can be said for New England in general). I moved to Massachusetts when I was 21 and lived there for about 3 years. That time in my life was when I really grew a lot as an individual and had the chance to figure out who I was and I what I really enjoyed. I was really happy that after Nate had visited when we were dating, that he fell in love with New England too. 

This past weekend Nate took me there for my 30th birthday, and it was such a great time. We walked 40 miles, spent time with old friends and soaked up the charm of my favorite city in the country. The majority of the photos below are of the Beacon Hill neighborhood (both of our favorites). If you haven't been and ever get the chance, go visit! 

Photos taken with a Fuji x100T camera.