Chris and I welcomed Sully Blue Morrison into the world on May 3, 2019. He has been a complete blessing to us in every which way imaginable. As a photographer I thought I’d be pulling out my camera constantly, trying to capture every cute moment. Instead, I have found myself staying in every cute moment and really trying to be present, because like everyone says, this all happens way too fast. Here are a few moments I did manage to capture.
A few months ago I had the great pleasure of photographing these beautiful ladies on the day of their graduation from Vanderbilt's Peabody College of Education and Human Development. They are all bright, smart women who I know are going to go on and do incredible things in their field, and they all worked so hard to get to this day. I was honored and humbled to share it with them.
I photographed Lucy and Evan on a gorgeous day in downtown Nashville for their engagement photos. We started on the beautiful grounds of Cumberland Park and then made our way up to the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge. They made my job incredibly easy with their carefree spirits and positive energy. I'm excited to get to photograph their wedding in the fall.
I had the distinct privilege of photographing my sister's wedding a few weeks ago. It was a beautiful late summer day in Easton, MD, located right off of the Chesapeake Bay. There was lots of love and laughter to be had and it was a wonderful start for two amazing people.
It doesn't snow too often in Nashville, so when it does, you have to take advantage of it. On this particular day the snowfall came in the morning and by that afternoon there was absolutely no evidence of it. We were so lucky that we decided on a whim to get outside and take some photos. It reminded me how much I love photographing people in the snow and how little I actually get to do it.
I recently had the pleasure of photographing Lucy Isabel. She is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter, originally from New Jersey, whose music is inspired mostly by old country/folk storytelling. You can learn more about her at http://www.lucyisabelmusic.com/.
Our afternoon together consisted of roaming around East Nashville, with places like Cornelia Fort Airpark, the "Stay Tuned" mural, and a random backyard, as the backdrops, all while trying to chase the light.
As a dog owner myself, I have come to love and appreciate the companionship they provide to their owners. It's an unconditional love like no other.
I was so excited to get the chance to photograph Beatrice. She's a beautiful beagle that I've known for many years now. Her home is lovely, so we had a wonderful time photographing all around it. It took a lot of treats and "sit, stay's," but I think it was a success and created some beautiful photos.