Clay’s Senior Session

Let’s be honest, when you think of senior photos, you think of cheesy portraits. But this session ended up being anything but cheesy! Clay was so easy going and willing to let me get creative with our surroundings. We were able to get some shots that really excited me creatively and put a new spin…

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Quiet Moments

Rebecca and Andy are actually giving birth to their first baby boy TODAY. Ahh! In celebration, I’m sharing their beautiful maternity photos which I captured a few weeks ago. This was honestly one of my favorite shoots to date. There was something so sacred about this time. I had Rebecca and Andy take many moments…

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Families in Forests

These magical moments happened on Cheatham Hill in Marietta with the Dollar family.. It was such a grey day, but the deer were out and this beautiful family fit right in with them. The first photo is actually all four of the children chasing after a deer. The whole photoshoot was just as easygoing and fun.…

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Family Hikes

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity” ― John Muir These weren’t the mountains per say, but the fresh air and cold river brought something to life in this little family. The Tuttle Family has its roots in…

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Celebration Photos

In a tiny forest of bushes, under a cloudy sky, and with the melody of singing birds, I captured the joy of the George family. It was baby Adalind’s 9 month celebration! She is Kyle and Amanda’s first child and they are loving this new adventure. We had so much fun shooting these photos and capturing Adalind’s adorable smile.…

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Blue Ridge Family Photos

The love in this family is so real. Mimi and Popop have SOOO much chemistry. I loved photographing their love, and capturing how that love trickled down to their kids and grandchildren. As the family grew, they have stayed closed to each other.  Ann, the grandma of the family, explained to me how they moved closer…

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