Every wedding I am a part of is so different and really reflective of the couple I'm working with. Maggie & Nick's wedding was so timeless and classic while also being extraordinarily down to earth.
Yeony & Kent got married at the Inn at Westwood Farm, and it was by far one of the most unique weddings I've had the privilege to be a part of. Yeony is from Korea, and she met Kent while he was teaching there. They fell in love there and have since moved to Austin, Texas where just prior to their wedding, they had completed their masters degrees. After this wedding in Virginia, they had another ceremony in Korea before a well deserved honeymoon throughout Europe. Their wonderful friends and family were so kind, and two close friends actually performed the ceremony together, filling it with wonderful stories about Kent & Yeony's relationship.
I got extremely lucky with this wedding, which was very appropriate for a wedding held the Saturday after Thanksgiving! After taking her sisters wedding photos this summer, Amanda asked me to be her photographer too! Not only was the wedding held at the same beautiful family home, but I got to work with many of the same lovely people again. So much to be thankful for
Jackie and Waverly's fall wedding at Lakeland Farm was so great. They were both clearly so happy to be getting married and to celebrate that it put me completely at ease. All the details were so perfect, from the antlers adorning the cake table, to the bride's cowboy boots and the pumpkin centerpieces.
Backpacking in Virginia's Blue Ridge in fall is good enough all on its own. Backpacking with friends who recently got engaged is just icing on the cake (or should I say, icing on the s'mores?)! Obviously, this was not a typical photo session, but adventuring with friends (especially recently engaged friends) means I'm going to take pictures of them, and sometimes those pictures will be too good to keep to myself. Congratulations to Kait & Mark and thanks for always being up for an adventure!