i’ve been looking forward to blogging this engagement session since i shot it! it was such a fun evening in a beautiful place in kentucky with a really awesome couple! all of the photos were taken around jesse + ian’s house, how great of a place do they live?! and they have goats who were very excited for the photos and really wanted to check out (or nibble on!!) my cameraian was talking about the sunset throughout the shoot and how spectacular the view out their front porch is and i have to say, i totally agree! thanks for the yummy chili and good time, can’t wait for your wedding!!
meet dominique. she’s such a sweet girl and not to mention beautiful!
busy editing away! just wanted to put up a little peek at this cute family
this family is so full of energy!!! the kids had such bubbly personalities and i think the pictures really capture themand check out how awesome their cartwheels are! i remember first learning how to do a cartwheel when i did gymnastics when i was younger. i literally did them everywhere!! ( and i mean everywhere! in school, which i got my name of the board for :), and down the hallway at home ) instead of walking i decided cartwheels were a better mode of transportation!
wow! i have been on the go traveling for the past week photographing a beautiful wedding in rhode island and then heading to nyc for a workshop. i love traveling and shooting in new places! here’s some of my favorites from nyc. i’m not a city person at all but it’s so incredible there with all the lights and people. i was only there for a short time so i didn’t get to see much of the city, but my cousin showed me around times square ( that’s where these photos are from). i can’t wait to go back and explore the city more!
the polaroids are some of my favorites from the feet first workshop i went to at the impossible project. it’s such a great movement to bring back polaroids ( in october 2008 the impossible project saved the last polaroid production plant for integral instant film in enschede (NL) and started to re-invent and re-produce a new instant film for traditional polaroid cameras. ) i grew up taking polaroids so it was great to get back at it again and new york makes it easy to find some great things to shoot. i met some really awesome people there and am so excited to use what i learned!