After weeks of uncharacteristically cool, dry air, DC is back to it’s regularly scheduled swamp weather. And the best way to beat the heat is get up early and lose the shoes. This little dude will show you how.
I feel so honored to have been able to celebrate Theo’s first birthday—as well as his first cake experience. A rightful passage for all that’s sweet in life. Boy do I miss that gluteny goodness. Happy Birthday Theo!
Envious of these sweet curls on Ms. Lucy. And this romper, to be honest.
Look. At. This. Peach.
Already making good on my New Year’s resolution and hangin’ with the best of the best. Working with Amelia is always sure to be a great experience. One that truly inspires me creatively and motivationally. I’m forever grateful for everything I’ve learned and continue to learn through her gift. I loved doing portrait swapsies with you, Amelia!
Twenty-eighteen. You were a solid mix of high highs and low lows, a pattern I think I’ve finally accepted as something to expect with each year that passes. You brought me new creative experiences and took me on adventures in new cities and countries—a true highlight being my first international elopement session for Emily and Aaron in Paris, shot alongside my favorite photography partner, Amelia Moore. And on the flip side, learning that gluten was no longer my friend a month before departing to the land of pastry and baguette. C’est la vie!
I’m not sure what twenty-nineteen has in store, but I do know that I’ll be seeking more of what’s above. And that’s something to look forward to. Cheers, and happy new year!
Gettin’ cozy and cuddly and into the holiday season.
A little something new for me, senior portraits. Photographing a different chapter in life was refreshing and a nice change of pace. The overall experience was laidback and comfortable. Hey class of 2019—let’s take some pictures!
I think I need a red sweater.
A bit behind on blogging this fall, so let’s start off with these beauties and all that southern sunshine.