Thursday, February 9, 2012

Mark and Lindsey :: Formals

Okay, can I just say how much I loved photographing these two? Not only are they an adorable couple, but they were super fun, too. We got a ton of loving and cute photos as well as some where their personalities really shine through (like when they'd ham it up for the camera). Seriously, this was a great session.

We went ahead and got a bunch of their temple photos taken care of so that we could do it in a relaxed time frame and get all the shots we wanted without waiting on crowds or making people wait on us. This way we can focus on family photos and other detail shots on the day of their wedding.

 I really love this fig tree. . .
. . . and how cute these two are together.

This next one is one of my all time favorites of Lindsey-- 

 And how romantic is this kiss?


Once we were done at the temple, we moved the whole party over to the Museum of Art. They have a lot of variety on their little plot of land.

 Mark and Lindsey both play the guitar, and it was fun hearing them play for one another.

Lindsey's mom came up with the idea of using Orange Crush as their beverage for these last couple of photos. Cute, right?

These two get married tomorrow and I'm so excited for them. I'm sure it will be a wonderfully fun day, and I'm glad that I'll get to be a part of it.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

all the stories told here whispered their way through the trees

I had the opportunity of going to Kings Canyon National Park in the fall. I like to imagine that the trees remember everything that has ever happened there and retell the stories to one another. 

Kings Canyon National Park, California. 

P.S. -- A print of this photo is available at my etsy shop.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Chrissy and Tamron

I wanted to add a couple of other photos from the Lees shoot from December... two of just Chrissy and Tamron. After all, it is the two of them together that keep their family going, plus they are just so cute together!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Aubrey and Shandon

This was a fun quick little Christmas shoot. I know I've mentioned it before, but I'm so grateful for the mild winters in Southern Utah. We were able to meet up one morning in mid-December and while there was a slight chill to the air, it felt more like fall than winter. The day was just lovely, we had a lot of fun, and we still managed to get quite a few photos taken... a win-win situation to be sure.