I know I’m catching up with a lot of blogging over here. There’s quite a bit of sessions that I’m excited to share over the course of the last several months, and I definitely do want to share a few other things that I’ve been learning throughout the Covid lockdowns. It has been a refining […]
I don’t do family sessions very often, but the Briggs family just may make me want to do them more ;). We went over to the hopping Midlothian Mines Park where the leaves were perfect. It is weird, I’ve grown up in the area and I’ve never known how beautiful the park was in the […]
You saw the blog post from Lincoln’s cake smash, but a couple of weeks before, his parents, Shae & Ricky modeled for me at Great Shiplock Park. Their anniversary was in July, so it was cool to capture some sweet images of just the two of them. They’re such a beautiful couple. Here are some […]
Lincoln has grown so much over the year! He’s full of determination and curiosity. I also learned that he loves to dance :-). He’s going to grow up loving Captain America because during the journey of the past year, every session with the Weyant Family included Captain America. I just think it’s been great to […]
I’m working on a personal project for the summer and if you haven’t guessed, it’s going to be completely in black and white. I’m excited to be sharing some sneak peeks while the project is being developed! Yesterday, I had the opportunity to capture Moriah of Something Blue Events at Brown’s Island & Belle Isle […]
I’m pretty sure Janay is always going to be my go-to model for just about anything. But this time, we had another go round of celebrating her accomplishments. She graduated with her associates degree from John Tyler Community College last
It has been two years since I have published a blog post. It needs to change and I’m making an effort to get back into consistently blogging. There’s so much that I will be showcasing over the course of the next few weeks that I’m excited to be sharing them with you!
One of my favorite things about my job as a Resident Director is being able to work with and do life with my RAs. I have 8 this semester and they definitely keep my life interesting. They all come from different walks of life. Different perspectives