Category Archives: Engagement

Devon and Justin | Phoenix, Arizona Engagement Photography

When it comes to portrait photography, the word “cost” is often one of the first things that comes up in a discussion. It can be daunting to choose a photographer that fits both your budget, and your vision, and I want to chime in here to talk about why portraits are such a large and…

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Downtown Tucson Anniversary : Meghan + Slater

Meghan + Slater Oh how their love shines bright. Always laughing and joking, I may have been crying from laughing so hard during their session. Meghan and Slater will be officially married for 3 years this year and they are still so in love. Slater was telling jokes to make Meghan laugh and Meghan was…

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Featured: Beyond the Wanderlust

Tucson Engagement session with Rachel + Stanton featured on Beyond the Wanderlust. One of the most exciting thing about being a photographer is sharing my work with others. I love it when people get excited about my work. Almost a year ago today, I photographed a couple’s engagement shoot. (I have been super bad at…

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Instagram Friday Favorite: Current Obsession | Movement

Movement. One of my favorite things right now for photo sessions is movement. It adds a special touch to all photos and makes them come to life. I don’t want to capture super posed photos of you and your loved one. I want to capture you two just being. Laughing, hugging, kissing. The real stuff. Being…

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Tucson Desert Engagement : Carol + Adam

Carol and Adam met in 2011 at a friend’s birthday party. It was secretly a blind date. Sometimes a friend just has that intuition 😉 They hit it off right away. But it wasn’t perfect timing. Carol was leaving to study abroad in France in less than 30 days and didn’t want to start anything…

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