A big 'ol congratulations to Luke Smith for graduating in the midst of covid with a fancy scmancy degree in graphic design!
This has got to be one of the most fun shoots that I have done in a hot minute! Who doesn't love a little champagne explosions?!
Who doesn't love a Stokes shoot???
I know you guys don't know this man, but I have for about 5 years now and he never disappoints! I will have to share not only his glow up, but my photography glow up featuring him one of these days.
Anyway, with this shoot, I wanted to practice more direct light situations and I think I've got it down now! Check out my instagram to see more!
I had to do the Vogue Challenge from TikTok because I had a gorgeous model and my favorite makeup artist! I am so in love with shooting using direct light and I need to do it more often.
I went to high school with Becca and boy oh boy is she doing some awesome things right now, including grad school! Go Becca!
Hope you all are safe and healthy!
Congrats to all of the seniors graduating this semester, especially Ayla! She is graduating with her degree in Architecture and has such a sweet puppy. Great job on getting through part of college during covid!
What else should you do when you have a roommate and you're bored in the house? The answer is milk bath because why not.
Man oh man was this an adventure. Not only was it wet, but it was a mess after the flowers and the cereal were added. We used some old flowers that had been hanging in my room for literally years and old cereal. I think that it is worth a shot for anyone that is bored and looking for something creative to do.
Not leaving the house is hard , but taking self portraits is way harder in my opinion. I loved the setup that I had for Hannah and I had to copy it for myself. The shots that I did with Louie were quite difficult; but then again, he is a difficult kitty sometimes anyway.
I hope you all are staying safe and healthy out there!
My mom and I took a girls trip to NYC to celebrate graduation and my birthday. I know, it's March. BUT this was the first time that the both of us could get away. We stayed almost on Broadway and walked literally everywhere.
We did a lot of the artsy tourist things and of course went to Tiffany's and the color factory (post on that next week!). The only thing that we couldn't do was see Beetlejuice on Broadway because they closed it a couple of hours before our show.
I want to go back and if you have any suggestions of places to hit next time, let me know!!! But for now, enjoy some photos (creds to mom for photo of me <3)
I would like to take this week's blog post to give a shout out to my adorable chef of a boyfriend. Somehow, I have convinced him to keep me for a whole year as of last week. He is a food science major at Clemson University and is one of the best cooks ever. He is also one of the sweetest men I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. I mean, come on, he provides snacks at most times of the day!
Here are two photos that I have taken on my film camera of my weirdo.
For the past year, I have had the incredible experience of working with Sposa Bella Photography based in Greenville, SC. The owners, Craig and Lindsey, are two of the most amazing people and photographers that I have ever met. My job is to assist on wedding days and second shoot if need be. I could not love this job more and I am very excited to continue working with them.
Time to share some wedding photos that I have taken! <3