Going Wide: Stuck in a Rut

Going Wide: Stuck in a Rut

I have a confession to make. I need to get out of my comfort zone with my photography. I am so at ease with using my 70-200 f/2.8 and my 50 f/1.2 lenses that I totally don’t even break out my 17-40 f/4 lens and use it’s fun wide angle capabilities. Lately...
Toddlers & Puppies | Kona & Sadie

Toddlers & Puppies | Kona & Sadie

Not too long ago, on a Saturday afternoon, I was folding clothes in my bedroom. For those of you who know me, that probably comes at a surprise, but miracles have been known to happen. I was folding clothes. As I was folding my mountain of laundry, I heard a knock on...
Newborn Twin Girls | Greenville Children’s Photographer

Newborn Twin Girls | Greenville Children’s Photographer

They say girls are twice as nice and all sugar and spice right? So if there are two of them, that’s double the sugar and double the spice? While I am not a traditional newborn portrait photographer, I will always enjoy the opportunity to photograph babies in a...
Fall Family Portraits

Fall Family Portraits

Now that fall is officially here, we can officially start scheduling holiday portrait sessions! Fall is the best time for portraits since the weather is usually cooler and the colors are popping out everywhere. Here’s a quick video of my latest family session....
Levi Nelson|Newborn Portraits

Levi Nelson|Newborn Portraits

I always preface my newborn portrait blog posts by saying that I am not a newborn photographer. My favorite way to photograph newborns is with their parents, in a lifestyle manner. Saying that, its always a little bit more challenging for me to photograph my babies...
David & Katie | Spring Portraits | Greenville Family Portraits

David & Katie | Spring Portraits | Greenville Family Portraits

Over this past spring weekend I had the privilege to photograph the family of David and Katie and their super cute little guy Ryan!  I loved the outfits they put together, a mix of coral, blue and white, perfect for spring portraits! Clothing choice is so important...