Jordan and Danny hired me to photograph their wedding in Chicago next year at the Medinah Country Club! It’s going to be INCREDIBLE!!
For their engagement photos, we decided to head down to the Wilmington Riverwalk at sunset. These two know exactly how to dress, so my job was made easy.
All I did was click the button, they did the rest!
Enjoy the photos 🙂
I’ve always wanted to do a sunrise engagement session. Especially at Wrightsville Beach.
Being on the East Coast, the sun usually rises on the ocean side, so if you want the sun behind you you need to wake up pretty early!
Luckily this was the tail end of Winter so the sun rose sort of later in the day. It still didn’t make it easy to wake up TWICE for this shoot. Let me...
Greenfield Lake Park in Wilmington, North Carolina is an absolutely stunning place to have your engagement photos taken.
If you’re reading this you probably already know that.
Ray and Rebecca got all dolled up (mostly Rebecca) for their engagement photos and we walked all over the park to capture this incredible time in their lives.
They ended up purchasing a beautiful collage of photos...
If you’re engaged and lucky enough to live nearby Wrightsville Beach, you won’t regret coming here for a sunset engagement photo session!
Couples travel from all over the state (and beyond) to come to our beautiful beaches for their engagement photos. And it’s easy to see why. The sand is white, the dunes are stunning, and the sunsets…fuhgeddaboutit 🙂
Sterling and Mason...
It’s time for something DIFFERENT!
I’ve been wanting to do a night time engagement photo session for a long time, and I finally got the chance earlier this year with Nolan and Jayna.
We started right around the time the sun was going below the horizon, and finished in total darkness. The city lights of downtown Wilmington, NC were in full effect and we took advantage of the...
Round two of Fort Fisher Engagement Photos!
This time with Brittany and Dylan, two of the best looking people in Wilmington 🙂
This shoot was part of a promotion I ran earlier this year to build my engagement portfolio more to my liking. I specifically told the couple I was going to take my time to make each image special, instead of the spray and pray method lots of photographers use.
News flash: planning a wedding can be stressful.
Oh, you knew that?
Good. We’re on the same page.
But here’s the thing: your engagement photos don’t have to be part of that stress train. In fact, they shouldn’t be.
Your engagement photo session is an opportunity to have fun and showcase your personal style. Connect with each other and forget about guest lists and cake...
It doesn’t get much more romantic than Fort Fisher in the summer. Mary-Kate and Jeff picked an absolutely perfect evening for their engagement photos.
We were greeted with incredible cloud patterns, ocean breezes, and very few people around. We wandered around for a solid two hours chatting casually and getting to know each other.
We also took the occasional photograph!
I love low-key...
In September Katie and I ventured up to the Blue Ridge mountains just outside Asheville, NC to capture a mile-high engagement session. After a bit of research we decided to head to Craggy Pinnacle because the path to the top was just as beautiful as the summit itself.
The sunset could not have been better, and the views from this high up were staggering and hypnotizing. I can’t imagine...
Rachel and Justin are one of those couples who are so relaxed and down to Earth it almost makes my job TOO easy. They were so cooperative with every idea I had I feel like I could have asked them to jump into the river and they would have done it.
We strolled around downtown Wilmington in vintage clothing (them not me) and got some incredible shots. We were rewarded with a GORGEOUS sunset over...