With a new year here I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting while looking through galleries from the last several months. This year has been a WILD one no doubt. a year that has felt upside down in so many ways, reordering work and lifestyle, creating new systems, and rearranging schedules constantly. It’s a year that has left many of us without answers or direction yet at the same time has brought clarity on what old ways are no longer working. Which lends the opportunity to lean into creativity like never before. To think outside of the box. To reroute the paths that no longer serve this season.
When I think of my 2020 photography season I think of the way my client’s championed this year and leaned into love. Whether that was my high school seniors who made light of a year that felt stolen from them in many ways and chose to do something fun to express themselves or couples choosing to make the most of their wedding celebration no matter how different that looked from their original plan. Or working with brands that chose not to be defeated but to show up in a new way to serve their clients!
I photographed this intimate mountainside wedding day in Georgia this fall for sweet Whitney & Joel and it is still a day I think about often.🤍 They had the happiestttt celebration with their families and a handful of friends at Sugarboo Farms and tbh i’m getting a little sappy behind my computer screen putting together this blog post 🥺😍
So excited to finally be sharing a pocket full of moments from their beautiful Georgia wedding!
VENUE | Sugarboo Farms
PLANNER | Unique Events
DRESS | Ladies Of Lineage
Florals | Boxwoods And Bloom
Assistant Photographer | Audrey Grace Photo
Joel & Whitney
this day may have held a record for the sweetest bride reveal reactions ❤️ I love this moment with Whit’s sisters captured below
can you even stand this cuteness?! we looked up to see the flower girls peeking through the window during the father-daughter first look ❤️
these shots fill me with so much joy