I’ve been meaning to share my favorites from 2011, so let’s kick it off with engagement pictures. When I look back through library to update the portfolio, I’m always reminded of just how unique and important everyone’s love story is. If you’d like to see more from their session, just click on the respective image. I couldn’t do it without you guys, so thank you.

Charolette & Jeremiah: When Jeremiah let me in on a secret that he was planning to propose to his lady on a snowy day in Augusta, some strings had to be pulled. Since we live in the south, practically the entire town shuts down. Windsor was so kind to open up just for this guy to find the perfect ring. It was a very cold, but awesome covert operation.

Amy & Keaton: These two have such a sweet relationship and both have amazing families. Keaton’s awesome South African accent must of swooned Amy from day one and I’m happy to see an old neighbor happily married. We met up one morning in the country for their gorgeous woodsy engagement shoot, followed by a perfect field that us photographers always dream of finding.

Mary & Damien: My oh my, where do I begin? When Mary contacted me I was super excited to do their shoot in Atlanta. The High Museum is one of Damien’s favorite buildings, and they don’t even live anywhere near here! Their passion for a great picture was contagious. They now have a cute little baby that I can’t wait to meet. Y’all come back now ok?

Katie & Chris: Gosh, when these two told me where they were getting married in a tiny country church I was ecstatic about photographing there, but sadly their date was already booked. No worries though, because Tim Harman took good care of them. This small church is tucked away in the middle of nowhere SC. It made for a perfect location to capture this couple’s joy.

ShaRon & Melvin: This classy couple gave me complete control for their session and I’m glad they did. When I lived in Augusta, I always noticed how nice the levy would make for a shoot location. My assistant held the flash off camera to battle the sunset for the first picture and we ended the night with drinks in Olde Town. I miss that neighborhood sometimes 🙁

That’s it for this post folks. Check back soon for part two.

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