Monthly Archives: December 2012

Well here we are. We’re just hours away from the end of 2012. When we wake up tomorrow, it will be a new year and the start of a new adventure.

Here is the last photo I will have taken in 2012 and I found it extremely appropriate because of the wonderful joy and sense of transition it has.

2012 was the busiest year I’ve ever had. I had the pleasure to photograph families, seniors about to graduate, mommies, daddies, babies, couples getting married in the future, and¬†almost 30 couples on the biggest day of their lives together, their wedding day. It has been a year of ¬†new experiences, blessings, knowledge, growth, happiness, and love. As I look back on this year, I am overwhelmed with the amount of joy and laughs you have all brought me. I honestly have the most amazing job I could dream of and I wouldn’t have it any other way. If we worked together this year of 2012, thank you for allowing me to get to know you and allowing me into your lives. Your kinds words and love kept me going through the stress and craziness. If 2013 is half as good as this year, then I will be extremely lucky and blessed.

From the bottom of my heart,

Thank you.

See you next year.



I was very excited that I got to shoot Nicole and Brett’s fall engagement session before all the leaves were gone and before we got all this rain! We could not have asked for a more beautiful day to do an engagement session and I could have not asked for a more beautiful couple that is so in love with one another. They were very nervous at first, but after some awkward laughing to get all the nerves out, these 2 became naturals. I cannot wait to shoot their wedding in 2013!

I was a little shocked when Cortney 1st contacted me telling me she was looking for a photographer for her wedding that, at the time, was only 3 weeks away. I told her I would love to help her out and told her that we should meet in person to start the process. During our meeting, Cortney explained to me an unfortunate situation in which her photographer left her high and dry with no photography for her big day. I assured her I could help her and in the end, it was a huge blessing for everyone. I got to meet Cortney and Matthew who are such an kind hearted couple and they got a photographer and lots of memories captured for years to come. I have been wanting to shoot a wedding a Pageo Farms since my mom took me a there a couple of years ago. I was so excited when Cortney told me that her wedding would be taking place there and assured her that the photos would come out amazing at such a beautiful venue. Sure enough, I was right! Combine a beautiful bride, groom, family and friends and you are bound to create some magic. Cortney and Matthew’s wedding was absolutely delightful. Enjoy!