Photojournalism is the main aspect of my photography that stays consistent no matter what type of session it is. This is what keeps me grounded in knowing my purpose in life. Story telling through images and writing is something I've been passionate about ever since I studied photography in college. No matter if it's connecting with nature's beauty or connecting with the people around me, I truly care about telling their story. It's easy to wake up and see all the bad surrounding us, but sharing the joy, love, and light can change your perspective on how you feel every day. Take a look through my blog entries to see how you feel through my art of storytelling.
February 25, 2021
Blake & Zalika’s fall wedding at Little Gardens in Lawrenceville, Georgia was perfect! They were one of the many couples who had to postpone their wedding last spring. I am so proud of all my couples who so gracefully postponed and replanned their wedding. They were so excited to have their wedding here in the spring, but these fall leaves were the perfect natural decor for their ceremony.
I’m so excited for this years wedding season to start! I have lots of spots open this summer and ONLY FOUR DATES available this fall. Contact me here to snag your date!! <3
I get asked a lot what I’ve learned since becoming a wedding vendor. There’s so many pros and cons and pieces of advice I could give, but they all look different for each couple. The main aspect of the day I think is important is for your wedding to portray your personality as a couple! I mean your wedding day is so special and intimate. It should be about the two people who are becoming one family. There’s lots of different ways to express who y’all are through your wedding down to the tiny little details, to the venue location, or the way your wedding day flows.
Blake & Zalika did an amazing job with expressing the qualities they both share through the flow of their wedding day. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know these two over the past year, and you can just feel the warmth of their big hearts when you’re with them. They have the biggest smiles and most open arms of friendship. They are gentle and easy going, so their wedding day reflected just that. They took their time getting ready, had all the sweet in between giggles at their ceremony, ate delicious food and danced with their family. It was a beautiful day.
Scroll down to see the rest of their wedding day. Don’t miss their sunset bubble exit at the end! Thanks for reading my blog today. Come back tomorrow to see Siham & Abdul’s Piedmont Park Engagement <3