In the week leading up to Alex and Kelly’s wedding, we exchanged a lot of emails. The weather had finally decided to act like winter and their wedding day would be cold and maybe a little wet. Without any viable indoor shooting spots, I told her to have the ladies wear flat shoes and bring coats. Their portfolio is a testament to what happens when you stick it out through chilly breezes and let us play with some sweet winter light… even if it means ending the creative time by...
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Sorry we’ve been on a blogging hiatus. Life has been a bit crazy with the firehouse and building our new studio. We promise to be better!
Winter engagement sessions are kind of a crap shoot. You could get a blizzard (pretty, but hard to move around in) or a spring like day. Thankfully, Frank and Michelle got the latter plus a good dose of gorgeous light. It was a perfect day to stroll by a creek and play...
One of the reasons we moved to St Louis was to discover a new city and new places to shoot. Even after two years, the city continues to dole out gorgeous nooks and crannies. We grabbed Dan, Jane and their rescued dog, Wolfie, for a stroll around one of those cute cityscapes.