On the Ban

It was a wet and chilly night in Atlanta. It was almost 10pm when my husband, Adam, and my friend, Easton, and I pulled into the Hartsfield Jackson Airport. We made the finishing touches to our colorful welcome sign, and walked inside the somewhat empty airport. We were there to welcome Batula, a teenage girl from Somalia who found…

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Pineapple March

  Green has been my favorite color ever since I can remember. It’s such a peaceful color, yet so full of life, almost wild. But in the past couple of months, the color yellow has been slowly infiltrating my life, in the flowers I bought weeks ago that refuse to die, in the cover of a book a dear friend…

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Costa Rica Wedding

  A little over a year ago, I photographed a gorgeous wedding in Costa Rica, and I realized I have yet to blog it! It truly was a dream to photograph. Cristina Elena and I flew in to the capital, were hosted by the dreamiest family, and explored Costa Rica as we prepared to photograph the most relaxed…

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Drizzly Damp December

A photo series inspired by the quotes and general feelings that the book, Moby Dick, invokes in my soul.     “Oh, time, strength, cash, and patience.”     “Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul; whenever I find myself involuntarily pausing before…

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Serenading Cows

High in the hills of North Georgia, there are fluffy cows who sprint towards those who sing to them (Because singing means food). Rebecca and I sang to them and enjoyed their company as we looked over the beautiful hills and tried not to freeze.   I just really love cows, which is probably why…

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Montealgre

This shoot was really fun, and also I had no idea what I was doing. But I think they turned out so well! I’m excited for my friend to continue in her artistic journey. And I am happy to capture portraits that hopefully portray the awesome human and artist that she is! Enjoy!

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Sunny in September

The other night, my sisters and I watched “To Catch a Thief” with Carry Grant and Grace Kelly. I absolutely loved it. The plot was the cute, cheesy, romantic comedy material you would expect. But what really captured my interest was the way it was filmed. The movie was almost completely composed of wide shots of rolling hills, captured in the…

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