Monthly Archives: October 2016

Coffee Meets Bagel Atlanta Engagement Shoot: Meredith + Chris

Coffee meets bagel…  Walking into a bagel shop, watching a hot toasty bagel come out of the oven. You grab your delicious warm bagel smother it with rich cream cheese and sip on a hot coffeeView full post »

FEATURE: Head over HeEls by The Perfect Wedding Guide: Stacey + Tyson

We so excited + blessed to have one of our gorgeous couples, Stacey + Tyson, featured by The Perfect Wedding Guide! I can remember the very first moment of meeting Stacey and her parents, right fromView full post »

Atlanta Georgia Engagement shoot: Lindsey + Matt

It all began at the local hang out, Lindsey was bartending and Matt could not stop thinking about how absolutely beautiful she was. She knew who he was from seeing him around but they had neverView full post »

North Georgia Mountains Engagement Shoot: Kaylee + Jeff

They were both in grad school and looking forward to the next chapter in their life. Both with the goal of writing in pages that would one day include an amazing love story. With this drive for love,View full post »

Ball Ground Georgia, The Corner District: Iche + JuRiel Wedding

It was Easter Sunday, Iche was upstairs getting ready for church, putting on her gorgeous dress, jewelry + perfume and preparing for a wonderful day with family and friends. She headed downstairs toView full post »

10 Tips To Working Well As A Husband + Wife Team

On any given day you can find both of us with a camera bag on our shoulder. It’s a passion we share as a husband + wife. So whats in our bag… * Hers: 7D Markll, 50mm f/1.2, life journal,View full post »

REAL WEDDING ADVICE FROM OUR BRIDES: Susan Hamm

Talk about fun, playful, laid back, super sweet and full of AMAZING personality… that my friends, was and is Susan Hamm. Brandon and I loved everything about Susan and Darren’s weddingView full post »

Custom Leather Camera Bag

For the past year I have been hunting down the perfect leather camera bag. One that was tailor fit for my size and needs… this proved to be an almost impossible challenge. Until I met DaleView full post »