We have had a crazy past several days; from going on a spontaneous trip up to Payson over the weekend (pictures coming soon!), to our whole family getting sick since Sunday and just now recuperating. It’s been crazy 🙂 On top of that, one of our favorite wedding venues called Inspirador closed their doors without warning, leaving 6 of our brides without a wedding venue (I may or may not post an entire article about this, it is such a complete mess and so many brides have lost a TON of money in this and are now without the beautiful wedding that they had been planning for… it’s absolutely heartbreaking). Anyway, we have so much going on but we still are doing what we love, and that is capturing memories for our awesome clients and showing them to our blog readers 🙂
This is the Black Family; they are dear friends of Emily and I, as well as our neighbors who live right across the street from us 🙂 Jeff and Vanessa have been some of our closest friends on our block since we moved here, and we were completely thrilled to do their family photos for them. Emily had planned on being there, but as I mentioned before, she got so sick that she just couldn’t do it. Luckily, our friends Aaron and Jill from Aaron Nicholas Photography were in town and were willing to help me out in Emily’s absence (they have a really cool story, having met in Korea where they were both teaching English, and are now married and making a long road trip from Korea to South Carolina where they are going to start their new photography business. I strongly suggest you check them out :). Here are our pictures from Monday, enjoy! 🙂
This is Linkin… he is awesome… and he is Wyatt’s buddy 🙂
As a dad myself, there is nothing like a bond between a father and his son.
I am SOOO happy to have been a part of this gorgeous shoot! What a cool family, and the shots you and Aaron were able to capture perfectly represented the day and all the love and fiestiness (sp?) they had to offer! 🙂 Great work!
This is a REALLY beautiful family and a REALLY beautiful session. Awesome job.
Thanks Stephanie! 🙂