Sunday, March 10, 2013

Engaging Engagements... Looking Back

Ah, it's Spring again!  And Spring for photographers means engagement sessions, and an opportunity to get to know our 2012 wedding clients.  It's an exciting time, and one of my favorites honestly, because it gives me an opportunity to really connect with my couples.  Beyond that, it's our chance to create stunning and creative images without having to watch the clock or stay on a schedule.  I really love this time, and so I wanted to share some of my favorite engagement sessions from the past.  They are compiled of the kind of moments that I live for.  When the forces of nature aligned together and bestowed upon me the perfect combination of light, chemistry, and of course... true love.  :) 

Nate and Kristi

Only one word can best describe the day I spent with Nate and Kristi.  HOT!  This session had it all, and felt more like a vacation than work.  The setting was San Francisco on a hot summer day.  The sand was burning my my toes, the waves were roaring on the beach, and my subjects were so completely into each other, it was like we weren't even there.  Oh yeah, and did I mention that he plays guitar and she is a professional hula hooper?  Dang I love my job...









Chris and Erinn

Oh swoon...  Gorgeous dancer and handsome sailor--what more could a photographer ask for?  These two were so playful and sexy, and we caught the perfect light up at the WWU campus.  In a word--stunning!






Terence and Alyson

Oh my gosh, what a fun and amazing day I got to spend with Alyson and Terence.  We found a million cool little nooks down in Fairhaven, and then hiked waaaay down the railroad tracks to find a rocky point overlooking the water.  The best part of the day was when they opened their guitar cases, sat on the sidewalk, and started playing for the tourists.  People watched in fascination, some random guy tossed a dollar in their case, and I just happily clicked away.  Terence has a gorgeous voice, and Alyson can hold her own in that department as well.  It was one of those unplanned and unabashedly cool moments that life throws my way every now and then.







Life is good...

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