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.
Lovely, late fall wedding at Lynx Creek Farm in Prescott, AZ…..
These two had a grand affair planned at the botanical gardens in Phoenix for the fall…..which unfortunately couldn’t happen due to covid. As much as I was looking forward to capturing their big day in such a beautiful location, their back-up plan here in Prescott at an Air BnB was so filled with love and joy…..the venue didn’t matter. It was refreshing to see a couple focused on the marriage…..not the wedding. ❤
This past year I made the shift to go more commercial with my photography business, and I was so fortunate to work with some great companies right away….Claim Post Design Co being at the top of the list. If you know me at all, you know I love jewelry…..and these guys have some of the best! I was drooling this entire session….😍
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.
Amidst the fall shoot craziness, I was asked by Wrangler to shoot some images for their holiday campaign. It was such a fun (and somewhat challenging, haha) project to work on. I say that only because the images were all about flannel lined…sherpa….looking cozy, etc….and it was August. In Arizona. 😂 Oh, and we were in a crazy heat wave….it was 100 degrees when we shot these. I had to take breaks for my cheeks to not be so red and for the sweat to stop running down my back. Also, to get the right light, I had maybe 40 minutes a day to shoot. All that being said, these images are some of my all time favorites.