A photo look-back at 2011 and some resolutions for the year to come! Thanks to the clients and friends that made this year so memorable!
Shooting this wedding for Sactown Magazine!
The Promise of Adventure
Art and Music
My good memories of 2011 include so many of you. Thanks for letting me be a part of your stories.
Some goals for 2012:
Clean out the basement
Get to know our neighbors
Open our home to friends several times a week
Have defined office hours and don’t work when they’re over!
Wake up for 6am yoga once a week
Get involved in a Bible Study
Go somewhere crazy
Hike a 14er
Cook a healthy meal at least 3x a week
Read at least 2 hours a week
Join a CSA
Plant a garden
Blog 2x a week
Shoot more with other cameras (film, iphone)
Finish the 2-3 photo-art projects I have going
Do more work in other states/countries
Collaborate with other artists (not just photographers)
Go to a SCORE business workshop
Meet with SCORE mentor
Shoot to tell stories not just to share beauty
Make large prints of a photo series
Make a wedding album and first year album
Hire an assistant
Make a business plan
What are some of your goals??
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Emily and Brian are the sweetest couple. They have been nothing but awesome to work with since the first day they contacted me, and their wedding was just as wonderful. They got married in 12 South, which is one of my favorite parts of Nashville, so we were able to get tons of fun pictures at the Hope Center, Sevier Park and 12 South Taproom. Get ready to gawk over Emily’s wedding dress, her Tom’s wedding wedges, plenty of red doors, Hatch Prints, and a fun-filled reception at Marathon Village.
How great are these flowers?
Brian wanted to get pictures with his groomsmen at the Taproom, which proved to be the perfect laid back setting for their pre-wedding hangout.
Emily and Brian didn’t want to see each other before the wedding, so we posed them in front of the doors of the church so they couldn’t see each other.
Holding hands before their ceremony
Best part of the day: getting Emily into my car with her huge/awesome wedding dress and driving down the street with her facing backwards.
On to the reception at Marathon Village.
Emily’s dad sang the best rendition of “Don’t Stop Believing” that I’ve ever heard. The crowd went wild.
My lovely second shooter Mary Lauren ran our handmade vintage photobooth. It was a hit!
Final moment alone before they exit the building.
Blessings on your life together!!