I can promise you two things by reading/looking at this post: It will make you smile at least once, and you will see a baby pig! I had an amazing time with Emily and Kurt on the farm, I hope you like these as much as I do!
Rain, Rain, Go Away.. The weather in Ohio can always be temperamental, to say the least. The week before Anne and Brent’s wedding I was watching it closely, and until Friday night, it wasn’t looking good. Although what an amazing day it turned out to be, someone was definitely looking out for us that day! The weather was almost as perfect as Anne and Brent themselves, truly two of the most caring and selfless people I have ever had the pleasure of photographing! Thank you so very much Anne and Brent, just a few teasers to hold you off until I finish the rest. Hope you enjoy!
Watching love grow into a family is one of the most beautiful things on earth.
From the first frame that I captured of Megan and Michael on the railroad tracks, just outside of her grandfathers campground, I knew their wedding was going to be spectacular. And was it ever, the weather was perfect and the ceremony was beautiful, although it didn’t hold a candle to Megan in her elegant beauty and stunning dress. I can’t thank you enough Megan and Michael for allowing me the privilege of capturing your big day!
Seeing how Mike and Mary are going to be out of the country for a week, I told them that I would try and wait to put up a few teasers until they get back…. But I couldn’t help myself! With Mary’s stunning looks and Mike’s “GQ” style my we had a field day capturing them.
I had the absolute pleasure of witnessing Tony pop the question to Kristin!
“Love is friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty through good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses.”
What an amazing couple Mary and Andy are, Erikka and I had the absolute pleasure of capturing their big day.