One of my favorite couples from 2018, Brandon + Lizzie! I met these 2 at my gym, College Hill Crossfit and was thrilled when they asked me to photograph their wedding at the beautiful Barclay Villa. They have since moved to Raleigh and I miss seeing them around the gym. Their wedding will be featured on the blog soon, but until then enjoy a few from their engagement session!
Tyler + Tommy are getting married next May in Virginia. We decided to do their engagement session at the beautiful Pilot Mountain at sunset. These 2 needed very little direction as being close and silly just came naturally for both of them! We had clear skies for a gorgeous view from the rocks. I can’t wait for their wedding!
Proposals are so much fun to photograph! Zeb contacted me and asked if I would be willing to make the hike up Hanging Rock to photograph him popping the questions to Kacie. I climbed up to the peak about 3o minutes before Kacie and Zeb to find a good hiding place. Kacie’s friend, Carly was with them and kept in contact with me, letting me know when they got close. It was a crowded day at the top, being the peak of the fall color so it took Zeb a few minutes to find a good spot. I stayed back a bit, following them and when he got down on one knee I quickly got closer. Kacie was completely surprised! She had no idea I was there and was so happy that it had all been documented. It was windy and the temp with the wind chill was below freezing but completely worth the hike and the cold to witness my friends life changing. Congratulations Zeb and Kacie!
Kristen emailed me about doing an engagement session on a referral from my friends over at A Touch of Southern, one of the most awesome wedding planners in the biz. We hit it off immediately and had a great time. The two of them are both so photogenic that they made my job super easy. We stopped in at Greensboro's beautiful Bicentennial Gardens and finished their session downtown. You would never know from their images that it was the hottest day of the year. They were such troopers and I don't think they complained once, but were happy to do whatever crazy idea I had.