Lindsey & Jamie met on a blind date in Puerto Rico… how cool is that? It wasn’t long until they discovered a long list of loose connections that seemed to have been intentionally formed for them to eventually cross paths and fall in love. They spend their weekends hopping back and forth from Dallas & Atlanta as much as possible, and when their long distance relationship brings them here their favorite spot to get out and be a part of things is the Atlanta Beltline.
Madison & Brent’s engagement at the Vaughter’s Farm barn near Arabia Mountain captured their sweet love for one another. They wanted a simple backdrop that coincided with their roots, and this antique white barn in the middle of a field was perfect. To end the night, we dodged evening showers and made our way up Arabia Mountain for a few shots just before dusk.
I am so excited to share Mary Elizabeth & Thomas' session in the woods! These two are just something special. They met just before Mary Elizabeth's freshman year at UGA and after about a semester of seeing each other everywhere began dating. We actually originally planned to shoot their engagement session on the anniversary of the start of their relationship, but rain pushed us back a couple of days and we wound up with the most beautiful evening in Athens, a city that means so much to them both.
Crystal & Zach celebrated their engagement this past week, and I got to explore a new state park with them! We were all a part of a styled shoot this past summer, and after keeping in touch they asked to have me capture their wedding day this coming spring. I knew our time together would be a blast... they are so much fun together and seem to completely forget about the camera.
There was without a doubt only one place for these photos. They grew up in the same town and began their relationship in high school. Tommy Ross is a farmer man who's usually busy in his fields of peanuts, watermelon, cotton, etc. And he and Anna have spent their fair share of quality time on that land together, too. It was so special to capture this time on the porch that they'll call theirs once they're married and in the fields that have been and will continue to be such a big part of their lives.