I think one of the most rewarding things about being a photographer is to photograph not only your clients, but also your friends throughout their lives. Julie and I have been friends since high school. We’ve kept up with each other throughout our adult lives, and Julie has since…Read More
During my trip to Delaware with my bestie in September, we got the chance to spend the evening at the beach with some of her cousins where we enjoyed pizza, had some fun in the sand, and definitely shared...Read More
This industry has brought me close with people from all around. Erin was our engagement photographer back in 2013. Since Max and I adored working with her and her fun spirit at our engagement session, we hired...Read More
It's not often that a family of ten, sprawled out across the globe from Colorado to France, makes it to Kentucky to pull off one heck of a family shoot. I was beyond thrilled to make this happen for such an incredible family!
If you have the pleasure of knowing any of these fine folks, you have surely been blessed. The love and passion that grandparents Donna and Dennis share for their family, friends, and the Lord in their life is unlike any other. Being so far away from each other has allowed Donna and Dennis to travel the world like never before, yet it's still no easy feat to be SO far away from those you love. But this family has worked out the kinks along the way and sings praise for any time they get with each other. I loved hanging out with this crew as the girls ran, played, and twirled in the grass and the adults watched. As I snapped away, the giggles and smiles soon ensued. What a treat it was to get to see the Wainright family as they've grown into the beautiful bunch they are! Love you guys!
I have been absolutely blessed to know this family for almost as long as I can remember. I've always looked up to Danielle as a sister and a good friend since the day we met. She's one of the most incredible people I've ever met who has a passion and love for both her family and friends. When she and husband, Shane, asked me to do their family pictures downtown, I knew we were bound to have a great time. We walked the streets of downtown Lexington to scout some of the most unique and fun locations before we hiked to the top of a parking structure to snap some of the coolest urban family photos. EVER. To wrap it up, the boys splashed in the puddles from the storm earlier that day before heading to get ice cream at Graeter's. I have literally know both of these boys since birth and have gotten to see them grow, change, and develop their hilarious, little personalities. These boys are big 'ol goofballs but SUCH a blast to be around! I adore this family and their love for one another, their city, and making their joyous mark on this world.