Join us for an evening at Freeman Lake in Elizabethtown, Kentucky with the Jones Family! Their portraits are especially exciting because Matt + Mary Ann were my very first wedding couple ever and chose me to document their family on their ten year wedding anniversary! It was so special to see them again and create some beautiful updated photos of their little family. Enjoy!
Michael + Mallory married under a walnut tree at Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate surrounded by their closest friends and family on a humid September afternoon. They strolled through the beautiful Ashland gardens hand-in-hand before celebrating over brews and barbecue at Blue Stallion Brewing Company! It was a beautiful day that was perfectly them and I’d love for you to enjoy their day!
A couple of Scots living in London, England decided to cross Kentucky off their travel bucket list and elope while doing so! On one of the rainiest days I’ve ever seen these two grabbed umbrellas, joined hands and officially tied the knot in Frankfort, Kentucky. We roamed around downtown, dried off at Buffalo Trace Distillery where they had a perfect impromptu toast from another distillery guest and ended with some special portraits in the barrel house. Join us for their fun and rainy elopement!
From their first meeting Leah knew that Ricky was the man she had been praying for but life took them different directions for a few years until they were set up on Halloween in 2015. Finally they were in the same place and could make things official. They’ve been building a home together ever since and married in Ashland, Kentucky at the historic Train Depot and enjoyed night time portrait around the historic Paramount Theater.
Marcie + Martin are getting ready to add two little baby boy feet to their family in October and what better way to celebrate a fall baby than with a portrait session at the orchard? :) Even though the day of our session still very much felt like summer, we still picked some apples and enjoyed an afternoon at Eckert’s Boyd Orchard in Versailles, Kentucky.
Duckworthy Goods is a business founded by one of my long time clients and friends, Cody Lokits, and his brother Brandon Lokits. They created this line of luxury duck canvas and leather travel bags to meet a need in the market they felt was missing. A functional and fashionable bag for those who want to adventure well. Here are some of my favorite images for the commercial branding and promo shoot for Duckworthy Goods.
Anyone who’s ever met the McCollums’ will tell you that this crew is filled to the brim with personality. Cooper is always quoting movies and picked up learning the guitar, Colleen is daydreaming about her future college in the Northeast and dad is always ready for a good day at Keeneland. Join us in two of their favorite places- the University of Kentucky Arboretum and UK Kroger Field. Enjoy!