Kristen and Nathan invited me into their wedding day and gave me an opportunity to witness their love story. It was a slow-paced, intentional day surrounded by all their family and friends. They are definitely all words of affirmation people by the amount of handwritten letters shared with each other throughout the day.
We all know how much time and energy goes into planning a wedding. There are decisions to be made about literally every aspect of the day. When you’re looking at photographers for your wedding day, one frequently asked question is: “should I hire a second shooter for my wedding?”
Sora and I connected online thanks to a mutual friend (love you Michelle!). We dreamed and schemed ways to meet up and shoot together, and finally….about a year later, we made it happen! And it was a dream come true.
You’ve just received your image gallery from your wedding day. You’re in love with all your photos. Everything feels exactly as you remember it–and there are even some moments captured you don’t remember happening. Your heart is so full it could burst from joy and excitement. So, now what?
There are so many decisions involved in wedding planning. This post will help you decide if a second photographer is right for you.
A rainy Saturday morning wedding was the perfect backdrop for Bekah and Jonny’s intimate outdoor wedding at Stone State Park in Sioux City, Iowa.
An early Friday morning elopement at sunrise at a small wooden park in Orange City, Iowa. You truly can get married anywhere you want to.
I never understood why this quote was so important until I picked up a film camera. I thought my job was simply taking pictures. I don’t simply stand somewhere and click a button or two. I see. I look. I feel. I imagine. I dream. I invent. I create. I design. I compose. I craft. […]
RAISE YOUR HAND IF YOU’VE EVER RIFLED THROUGH YOUR CLOSET LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO WEAR FOR: A) FAMILY PICTURES, B) ENGAGEMENT PHOTOS, C) DATE NIGHT, D) A WEDDING (AS GUEST), E) ALL OF THE ABOVE (AND THEN SOME). You are not alone my friend. I frequently fret about what I’ll wear in my own damn […]