Updates + Specials!⠀ ⠀ Dates for 2019 are going FAST and 2020 is already going to be a busy wedding year! ⠀ ⠀ I've only got a few open Fridays + Saturdays for weddings and am completely full (with the exception of M-W elopements + couples sessions) from mid-July through November 1st! ⠀ ⠀ Spring Wedding Specials for Bookings Before April 1st:⠀ $200 off wedding collections⠀ $100 off elopements ⠀ ⠀ Bonus savings $100 off these 2019 dates:⠀ -All of April, Nov, Dec⠀ -June 1st-8th⠀ -July 5th-11th⠀
One of my favorite moments of Allison's wedding day was her Mama Daughter dance. It was joyful and tearful and utterly heartfelt. Our job as wedding photographers is to document the real and when a wedding day unfolds to where that's able to happen - it'll send chills down your spine every time! Each story is different and quirky but uniquely yours.
There are a lot of things I'm feeling right now after sharing our big news. Grateful, comes to mind first because despite the fact that we were initially surprised and a bit overwhelmed by the timing and change in our life plans, the reality that I'm able to conceive and carry this lemon sized baby is truly a blessing. All of your kind words have helped eased my nerves and the support being sent my way has been positive and unconditional. One day soon I'll share all the feelings and stories about this little nugget but in the meantime, if you have any questions send them my way! :) ⠀ ⠀ 📷 @megnewtonphotography ⠀
The best kind of surprise! :)
Almost every couple at some point tells me how awkward they are in front of the camera. But their photos ALWAYS say otherwise. ⠀ ⠀ This is a totally rational fear when hiring a pro, but you know what? We get it. I mean, I’m probably THE MOST awkward in front of AND behind the camera. It’s kinda what makes my clients laugh half the time. But this photo was well...it was taken with a tripod. It’s kinda the perfect example of how having your picture taken feels when someone isn’t interacting behind the camera. Stiff like a freaking statue. 🙈⠀ ⠀ But this fear - while totally rational, it doesn’t apply when you’re working with someone with experience, who’s silly and just gets how to loosen up that naturally tense shell when a camera’s pulled out. ⠀ ⠀ During sessions, I like to play games and crack jokes and even show off my really awkward dance moves and funky knees. My favorite all time compliment is when the end of a session rolls around and a guy who “hates having his photo taken” tells me he had fun. Or maybe it’s when I get an email or review from a bride mentioning how comfortable I made them feel on their wedding day.⠀ ⠀ If you have camera fear, it’s time to let it go because I got you and you can bet that you won’t look like me staring at a tripod. 😂