I am so thankful for another year of doing what I love. We have photographed 20 weddings, over 65 portraits, and worked with numerous weddings and businesses on video; cheers to that! Nick and I traveled all of the world this year, literally. From Las Vegas, almost every state in the Midwest, and our overseas adventure of Uganda, Africa and England. Our work has been featured in Style Me Pretty, TheKnot, Senior Style Guide, numerous local print publications, and other national publications. Thank you. If I didn’t wake up every morning photographing people and the moments in their lives none of this would be possible. 2015 is going to be a big year for Nick and I; full of changes and new adventures. I can’t wait to see God’s plans unfold in our lives.
There is no better way for me to sum up 2014 that with the moments I watched and captured this year. It sometimes feels like wedding photography is all about the pretty details that are glamorized in magazines and blogs. It isn’t, it is about the people, and somewhere along the lines of pretty dress and diamond rings we loose track of what matters most: families, love, and relationships. The images I have chosen to highlight 2014 speak to me and they all have story. They are imperfect perfection. They are not posed, technically correct, and they won’t win any awards. However, they capture a moment in time that I hope each family will cherish for years to come and pass down through generations. Whether is be from a tearful first look, visiting a disabled grandparent unable to attend the wedding, Skyping with a sibling out of country, or putting the shoes on your future daughter, they all tell a story. I am happy to say that when selecting photos for this post I had a hard time narrowing down my favorite moments of each wedding.
Thank you to all of my 2014 couples, families, and seniors for allowing us to be apart of your life and trusting us with your memories. Nick and I wish you a very Happy New Year!