Posts tagged Engagement session
Alecia and Myke's Fall engagement session in Asheville NC

Alecia and Myke's Fall engagement session in Asheville NC. We started off at the Biltmore Estate, with a more dressed up look and then finished on top of a mountain up on the Blue Ridge Parkway. As the sun was setting, I too their portraits against the hilly backdrop. The strong cross wind and midnight blue sky. Just so amazing and a session I am sure the couple will remember for many years.

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Raleigh Engagement Session - Cony and Jason

A brisk winters afternoon, we lucked out with a beautiful afternoon of sun to create the best natural light. I met Cony and Jason at the Raleigh Arboretum to kick off their engagement session. We started off casual and once we moved on to an industrial location I had them go to their dressed up look.

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New Bern Engagement Session - Megan and Justin

Nothing beats a trip to the coast for a photo shoot. This was the first time doing a shoot in the winter on the coast, and the weather was perfect. Megan, Justin and I met at their old home street in New Bern to start their engagement session. This street has a special meaning as they lived in different homes virtually next to each and their romance blossomed. 

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Cypress Gardens Engagement Session - Tyara and Quinn

Charleston SC has to be one of my all time favorite cities to work in. There's just so much to use during our photo shoots. One particular location is Cypress Gardens. Home to many alligators, bugs and more I'm sure. These gardens have been used in many movies, with one that springs to mind - The Notebook.

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Biltmore Estate Engagement Session - Danielle and Nicholas

I met Danielle and Nicholas at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville NC. A beautiful estate in the heart of Asheville that offers a vintage and very classic look for any photo shoot. I simply love working at the Biltmore for a few reasons: it's very different to the local park, with the vintage/classic look and feel to the location. Just extremely unique and European feel. The second reason, the couple are away from their normal stomping ground and relax much more. I call it the "I'm on vacation" vibe.

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