My best friend is marrying the love of her life three months from TODAY! I’m so glad I got to hang out with Lacey and Alex for a few pictures before I move to St. Louis, and I’m so glad they found this great spot! Almost all of these pictures were taken in the sameContinue reading “Lacey & Alex: Engaged!”
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The Castillo family has even more kids than mine does (five beats four!), and they were so much fun to photograph! We got a few pictures to celebrate the youngest turning one, family pictures, and staged a few races between the older children.
The Densmore family was the first family I photographed in the fall, and I got to hang out with them again in May! We spent a morning at the North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, which I was thrilled to do because who doesn’t love a good butterfly house? I love taking family picturesContinue reading “Densmore Family”
Alex: Class of 2017
Alex spent four years pouring his life and time into two things: football and academics. He is a student-athlete, a future doctor, and an incredible, brilliant young man. I’m so glad he agreed to wake up for a very early morning photoshoot with me to celebrate our graduation from Duke in May.
We almost got rained out, but I’m so glad the Gaynor family stuck it out through the sprinkles to do this session with me!
As a Duke grad, I cringed when I got the text requesting to do a family shoot on UNC’s campus. I also cringed when I realized that Chapel Hill actually is beautiful, and I had a wonderful evening getting to know the Dredla family! My favorite moment of the shoot was when a bride andContinue reading “Dredla family”
Jordan: Class of 2017
Graduation is a major life milestone, and major life milestones deserve pictures. My good friend Jordan graduated from Duke with a degree in linguistics, so he’d be much better at writing something eloquent to put here. I never would’ve gotten through my four years at Duke without friends like Jordan, and I’m so excited toContinue reading “Jordan: Class of 2017”
Getting to E. Carroll Joyner Park was a bit of a drive, but it was SO worth it to get to hang out with the Bailey family! The forecast said it might rain, but when we actually started to take pictures, it was 85, sunny, and humid. They were champs about the unexpected heat andContinue reading “Bailey Family”
Visitors in Durham
My cousin and his AWESOME girlfriend came to visit me in Durham for a weekend this spring! We had a blast and beautiful weather. Activities included food at Dame’s Chicken and Waffles (their gluten free menu is lacking, unfortunately), a walk in the gardens, and a local carnival that we happened to drive past onContinue reading “Visitors in Durham”
I’ve been dying to use some bright flowers to add depth and color to a portrait, and a good friend of mine and a conveniently placed rose patch gave me the perfect opportunity on an otherwise gray May day. Thanks for humoring me with this mini session, Jaime!