Over five years ago Cody + Sara Sims had their first date at the farm that Cody grew up on. After years of dating, a lot of a anticipation, and a questionable story about a forgotten wallet- Cody got down on one knee on the porch of the same cabin and asked a very important question. Sara of course said, “yes!” so it was the perfect setting for their engagement session and where they'll tie the knot later on this year. I just loved spending an evening with them and can’t wait to document their celebration in October. Enjoy!
An Irish boy and Colorado girl met in Kentucky the old fashioned way- through mutual friends at a bar! These two horse lovers went their separate ways for five years but eventually reconnected and the rest, as they say, is history! Eventing and horse training keep them traveling and apart quite a bit but when they’re together this pair keep each other smiling and laughing. Join me for their adorable engagement session at Winstar Farm in Versailles, Kentucky!
Jarrett + Nicole met at work as respiratory therapists and quickly became knew they were meant to be together. They fill their free time with movies, cuddles and spreading the love between their 8 fur baby dogs. These two love the countryside so Seven Acre Farm was a perfect back drop on a chilly fall evening. Enjoy!
Since I met Jimmie and Kristyn their gaggle of little girls has continued to grow! With two five year olds and a one year old in tow, we headed out to Seven Acre Farm for an evening of swinging, chasing chickens and feeding peppermints to the horses. Join us for a beautiful portrait session in the countryside of Versailles, Kentucky.
For Peter and Dominique the roads of their love story have gone straight, weaved and split, split and weaved in yet they somehow always find their way back to each other. There are few stories I know better than theirs, which almost makes it harder to put into words. It was an honor to spend a beautiful sunny evening on the rolling hills of Kentucky to document their relationship so I’ll let the images speak for themselves.