This sweet gal and her family came all the way from Oklahoma to have her senior photos taken in Sedona. It was 100 degrees, but even with the heat, we all had the best time with this shoot.
Lucchese came out with some of the prettiest new boots this spring, and I felt very fortunate to be asked to photograph them. We’d only had that beeee-autiful grey horse in these images for about 3 days prior to doing this shoot. He seemed gentle enough so I told Nicole he was totally safe to ride bareback for the shoot…..not knowing for sure if he actually was. 😂Luckily for all parties involved, he was indeed super gentle.
This small, intimate wedding took place in the prettiest little winery in Cornville, AZ. There were huge old growth trees, a pond, and farm animals galore….it made for the most gorgeous setting.
We were hoping for the soft glow of golden hour for this family session….but instead we got a stormy, moody sky…..and to be honest, those are my absolute favorite.
The pandemic derailed this couple’s normal wedding plans….they had to cancel their large wedding and just get married in a tiny, simple ceremony instead. They still wanted to get photos though, so we did this gorgeous bridal session at Granite Basin Lake. It was laid back, fun, and so lovely.
One of my favorite things about being a photographer is getting to watch families grow. With this sweet couple, it started with engagement photos here in Prescott, then their gorgeous wedding in Big Sur, and now welcoming their first little one. It was a super cold morning in Flagstaff, and we had to go practically to the top of the mountain to find some snow…..but it was worth it.
This lovely fall wedding took place at The Grand Highland Hotel in downtown Prescott, and had THE most beautiful details by One Hundred Chairs. Plus, they had a taco truck and donuts….it doesn’t get better in my book.