I don’t often have the opportunity to photograph a special pet, but for this engagement session it was definitely essential. Nora had been wanting a puppy and Andrew surprised her with Shelby. She was overjoyed with her new friend and then Andrew pointed out another surprise tied to her new puppy’s collar – a beautiful diamond ring. Well, it just doesn’t get any better than that! What a great evening, revisiting the park where Andrew proposed and then traveling to downtown Nashville for a sunset session on the pedestrian bridge. These two will tie the knot this fall and it promises to be a stunning event.
Really, it doesn’t get any better than this! Who doesn’t want to be a superhero with incredible powers? A cape worthy of Evil Knievel and a winged helmet to match were enough to bring out Beck’s inner greatness. I just love this little guy – living the dream. Thanks to Love Lane Designs for their clever and empowering creations!
The 1950s were known for their incredible leading ladies and there was no bigger star than Ava Gardner. What a thrill it was for Ariane to receive a coat and dress, once owned by Ms. Gardner, as a Christmas gift. A close family friend (and film producer) knew that this treasure was perfectly suited to this aspiring actress. Ariane had no trouble channeling her own version of 1950s glamour and we ended up with some very special images.
This prom couple booked their session many months in advance and I wanted to make sure their photos were extra special. We planned their time in a documentary style and we all got to witness the last minute touch ups and Larry’s first look at his prom date. These two went all out for their Gatsby themed prom and they had a great evening. Thanks for allowing us to be a part of your special night! Also, Special thanks go to Laura Thomas White for Holly’s makeup and Robin Gable for Holly’s unique hair style.
These guys are absolutely perfect for one another! With so many shared interests and terrific chemistry, it’s hard to believe that they were only friends through college. A chance encounter at homecoming was the beginning of much more. We met up with them on a beautiful spring day and had some fun in downtown Bristol, from hanging out at the State Street mural to ballroom dancing, there was never a dull moment. We finished up at Sugar Hollow Park, where we took advantage of some beautiful late afternoon light and caught more glimpses of their fun and slightly competitive personalities. This wedding is going to be extra special – already looking forward to October!