Monthly Archives: May 2010
From the moment I started talking to Mary about her wedding I knew she was going to be fun to work with. Mary is kind, bubbly & simply adorable. When we toured her families home (the site of this summer’s wedding) I feel like it was more like a chat with a friend than an interview with a potential client. Needless to say when she told me she wanted me to shoot her and Eric’s July wedding I was stoked. For their engagement session we chose a local park in Wilsonville as the setting. We had a great time walking around, joking, and laughing.
Here are a few of my favorites from the session:
Check out the lovebirds, aren’t they sweet.
Did I mention that we laughed a lot? Mr. Eric or the Captain art directed this one, I believe the subject of conversation was Captain Morgan drinks. Clearly he is a fan.
Mary’s smile is infectious. I dare you not to smile back!
This one I love because as funny as he is, Eric’s sweet side comes out when it comes to Miss Mary. I love his tender look here and her glowing smile.
and some bling!
Oh we got the Captain to smile!
again their tenderness is so lovely.
and when we were not laughing there was smooching.
and one last one of our lovely couple before the sun went down.
Mary & Eric thanks again for meeting up with me and hanging out. I had a great time getting to know the two of you! I am super excited for the big day, I can already tell it will be a fun one! I will have the whole set for you soon, lots of ideas buzzing for your sign in book too. Of course as new clients you get to participate in a blog comment challenge. If you can get 25 people to comment on this here post, a beautiful 11×14 of the image of your choice is on me. So get commenting folks.
This past weekend I had the pleasure of spending some time with the lovely Britell family. We had a great time tromping around the George Fox Campus, warding off the rain and getting to know each other. If anything became clear to me over our time together it is that there is no shortage of love in this family. I walked away amazing at the strength of their love and with a huge smile on my face. Some families just make you feel good to be around, the Britell’s are one of those for sure.
Here are a few of my favorite’s from our session:
Meet Abby & Nick. I loved seeing the brother & sister bond. Makes me smile and think how my little boy & girl will love each other to bits like this someday.
Check out the whole adorable family. We had some real laughs out shooting. If I remember right I am standing in dog poop taking this one, classic. We laughed at my expense the rest of the day.
Abby clearly looks nothing like her dad! They were super sweet together.
Mom & Nick are also super sweet together. That mother & son bond is always lovely, but theirs is just a beautiful thing.
Miss Abby and I also did some dancing. Check out her moves on the big stage!
and another of the whole family. I love the goofy smiles here!
One more of handsome Nick, such a sweet kiddo.
and the last shot in full honesty was not taken by me. Miss Abby is a photography lover and wanted to shoot some of her own. She full on art directed, set up, and shot this one on her own. Pretty good right!
Leslie & family thanks again for braving the weather and coming out to shoot Sunday. I had a great time with all of you! I hope you enjoy your peek, I know I have had fun editing them! I will have the whole set for you very soon! And of course you know I love a blog contest, if you all can get 25 comments on this little post a lovely brag book is in it for Mom & Dad on the house. So leave some love folks!