Happy New Year Everyone!
2013 is shaping up to be one of my best years yet! I know, it is only January 15th but the future holds so many beautiful new things.
Quick life update-
*Harper is nearly 2 (WHAAAAT?)
*We have moved to Ft. Collins CO (kind of old news)
*We purchased some property and are building an energy efficient/sustainable home (both with help AND by our own two hands) We plan to break ground in a month!!
*My sweet Golden retriever of 12 years passed away. (*sniff*)
*I tried being a vegetarian for 3 months and learned that it is just silly. sillyness I tell you. no.
*Celebrated 6 years of marriage to my love in New Orleans.
*We are diving into the commuity of Ft. Collins and are feeling deeply enriched by new friendships and new passions.
*Business is GREAT! I know, I know I havent been blogging all this greatness... but the above happenings are taking over my life, and honestly I am loving it. I love that sitting in front of a computer all day and bragging about myself isn't my top priority anymore. :D
(I mean, yes it will still happen from time to time... sorry)
A peek at what is, and what's to come -
I thought I'd share this joyful summer wedding I photographed in Nashville Tennessee. Hopefully it will warm your bones on this cold January day.
I am so thankful when my job takes me outside of Colorado. New places are refreshing creatively. I find that if I am feeling burnt out, the best remedy is a change of scenery.
Last year we traveled to New Orleans, Nashville and The Outer Banks NC, and so far for this year we are booked for Austin TX and a few more potential locations (fingers crossed)
I was surprised at how much I enjoyed Nashville. It is densely green and rolling hills are scattered with civil war era farmhouses. The area is dripping with history, and I am a nerd when it comes to museums. I'd rather tour the museums than enjoy the nightlife, so unfortuanly we didn't take advantage of being a part of discovering the next Johnny Cash at the cafe 'round the corner.
I loved the feel of this wedding, elegant, yet raw.
Again, I must give a shout out to having ridiculously good looking clients. Who needs to plan conceptualized styled shoots when you have a real bride and groom who look like Brittany and John?
Reception- Marathon Villiage
Ceremony- Anchor Fellowship
Decor/Flowers- DIY by bride and groom and families
Cake- Bride's mother
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