Kat {High School Senior Photography}

I hear from a lot of high school seniors that there just isn’t enough time during their school portraits to get images that really reflect who they are as people.  Those photos are created for use in the yearbook, and they usually look pretty similar for each student.  So several times a year, I’m contacted by teenagers and their parents to create something unique for them.  They want images that showcase their personalities, their interests, and their natural expressions, instead of the command to “Smile!”.  My seniors wants something modern and cool; their parents want those expressions that are “so them”.

When Kat and her mother came to the studio to discuss Kat’s portraits, I was excited to hear about her style, her hobbies, and of course, what she wanted her images to look like.  I loved what they had in mind, and I was stoked to create these images for them.   I knew it was going to be an awesome afternoon, and I wasn’t disappointed.  Kat is so creative and fun to be around that the time flew by, and before I knew it the sun was setting and we were finished.  And the photographs we created?  See for yourself. . . 

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Sarah Rose and Osman {Proximity Hotel Wedding}

I’ve been dismal at keeping the blog updated lately.  I admit it.  But if you’re one of my clients, you know that my priority is creating beautiful images and making sure that you all have a fabulous time doing it, as well as getting prints and albums to you on time.  When things get crazy busy, the blog suffers.

I wanted to end the year with a particularly gorgeous wedding that I photographed last summer at the Proximity Hotel, here in Greensboro. Sarah Rose and Osman are so much fun to be around and to see together.  They laugh, they do slapstick, they even have their own secret handshake.  Their friendship is truly a beautiful thing. And their wedding was an amazing event.  From the intimate feel of the ceremony, to the absolutely flawless succulent centerpieces, to the hula hoops for the kids, it was a perfect afternoon and evening.

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Thank you both for being such a blast to photograph, for being open to all of my silly ideas, and most of all, for being my friends.

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Bella is One! {Winston Salem Family Portraits}

I can’t believe that Bella is one year old!  I’ve been photographing her parents since they knew to expect her, and I have loved spending this past year with Jessica, Brock, and Isabella.  I’ve looked forward to her portrait sessions every three months, and I’m always excited to see how big she’s gotten, whether she’s walking, and what words she’s said.  And I’m excited to know that I’ll be seeing little Bella again in six months. What will she be doing by then?  I can’t wait to see.

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I can’t wait to see you in another six months, Bella!

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Dianna and Eric {Blue Ridge Parkway Portraits}

For Dianna and Eric’s engagement portraits, they wanted to go someplace that really meant something to them and their relationship.  When they asked if we could drive to the Blue Ridge Parkway, I was thrilled.  I love the mountains, and I especially love going unusual places for portrait sessions.  We had an absolutely gorgeous day, and as you can tell from their images, a fabulous time.

Thank you both for a wonderful day!  I’m so excited to photograph your wedding next month!

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