Tag Archives: Engagement

How Your Wedding Photographer Tells Your Love Story

Your love story is like nothing else in the world. It’s unique, special to the two of you, and a story worth capturing. From the first time your eyes met, to the day the two of you become one, the journey leading to your wedding is one that’s never happened in this way before. It’s…

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Puppy Themed Styled Shoot

When I meet with brides to help plan out their dream day, sometimes they mention ways they want to include their family, their friends, or mementos of loves ones who have passed away. I love incorporating details that help tell the story of your lives, and there is one detail that many couples mention: their…

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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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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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