t was such an absolute honor when my wonderful and beautiful friend, Abbey, asked me to photograph her wedding. As many couples have done over the past 18 months, Abbey and her fiancé, Derek, decided to forgo a traditional wedding and have a very small gathering at the Knox County Courthouse instead.
This session was really special and rewarding because a little over a year ago, I took maternity photos for Amye and Aaron (and their pup, Slippers). And now they just celebrated Oliver’s very first birthday. Time is a thief for sure! Amye and Aaron are actually my neighbors, so it’s been such a treat to see them around the neighborhood with Oliver in the stroller. So I’ve been able to see him grow from a tiny baby to a very expressive, little guy.
When Oprah Winfrey said, “When I look to the future, it’s so bright it burns my eyes,” I just know she was talking about Hailey Rose Viars. This beautiful senior just graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee—the UT Institute of Agriculture to be exact. Hailey Rose majored in agricultural leadership, education, and communications. […]
Stephanie and Andrew didn’t exactly have a wedding planned, and they didn’t really want a traditional ceremony. So they decided to go ahead and tie the knot at the Knox County Courthouse!
Driving up to Kristin and Ken’s beautifully wooded lot in Knox County, I was greeted by the lush greenery and the peaceful river at the base of their property. I hopped out of the car and started scoping out spots for our session at the Kolesar home. I was very excited for this session with […]
Standing under the tall hemlock trees, Annie started off a little shy, hiding behind her hat and big beach ball. But within five minutes, she had really warmed up! In no time flat, she was bouncing around, throwing her ball to me, and offering me her Ninja Turtle action figure. In my book, being offered […]