The Quinn Family | Atlanta Family Photographer

A gorgeous family AND beautiful light – yes, please! Sign me up 🙂 This family is one of my very favorites to photograph – laid back, funny, kind and, as I already mentioned, completely gorgeous! That last image has already made its way onto my website. Thanks for a great evening Quinn Family – can’t […]

August 8, 2018

children, family

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Oliver Andrew | Atlanta Newborn Photographer

I’m so behind on my blogging that we are now getting ready for this little guy’s sitting up session! So much for that New Year’s Resolution! HA! Seriously though, I had so much fun hanging out with sweet Oliver during his newborn session. His mom looked SO familiar to me and we found out we […]

April 20, 2018

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Jackson + Mae | Atlanta Kids Photographer

I enjoy all of my sessions but I especially love the ones with clients who just feel like friends. I met up with these guys at one of their favorite midtown Atlanta spots- Ponce City Market. We took a little walk, did a little exploring, laughed A LOT, and took a few photos ;). And […]

March 20, 2018

atlanta child photographer

children, Client Work

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Arlen and Pearl take Ireland | Atlanta Family Photographer

I was lucky enough to be invited to photograph a wedding in Ireland this past September and while there I was also hired by this awesome family. We set out on the grounds of our hotel one afternoon in between wedding events and had a little fun together – oh and we  took some photos. […]

February 5, 2018


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Reece Matthew | Atlanta Family Photographer

Oh my goodness…this little guy and his sweet bald head stole my heart!! I can’t wait to photograph Reece and his equally awesome parents again…hopefully soon! I had SUCH a great fall 2017 and am finally going to share those sessions here on the blog. You know, resolutions and all of that. 😉 Stay tuned! […]

January 16, 2018

atlanta baby photographer

Client Work, family

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