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Snow Much Fun To Be One First Birthday Party

Friday, December 19, 2014

A couple of weeks ago, Colleen and I were so honored to be asked by a friend of ours to help her out with some calligraphy and photography for her precious son’s first birthday party.  Lindsey is an amazingly talented hair and makeup artist and stylist and has a blog that you guys should definitely be reading.  We have known her since she did our hair and makeup for Colleen’s wedding and I am here to tell you that she is every bit as sweet and charismatic in real life as she seems on her blog.  Her house is seriously a dream and she put together one of the most adorable first birthday parties that you ever did see.  For some fun Friday eye candy, do yourself a favor and go to her blog to check out the rest of this party.

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Emily + Grant Engagement

Monday, November 3, 2014

We took Emily and Grant’s engagement pictures in early October on their beautiful property and in nearby downtown Waxhaw.  They (and their two dogs) make the sweetest little family.  Here are a couple of my favorites.  All of these images were taken on my Mamiya 645 with Portra 800 and Fuji 400h.

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Salem Trip Part 2

Friday, October 31, 2014

The nice thing about being Part 2 of the trip recap is that I don’t really even have to tell you guys anything because Meg pretty much already summed up the trip.  Basically, Salem and the nearby town of Marblehead were everything we wanted them to be.  Autumn foliage, charming houses lined up against the rocky coast, readily available and free apple cider (important!), readily available albeit expensive caramel apples (more important!), lots of Halloween crazed people, slightly terrifying lobster dinners, and witches.  So actually we didn’t see any witches even though our hotel was supposed to be pretty haunted.  But we learned all about them and it was terribly interesting and actually really sad.  I won’t get into that right now because I started out taking about how I didn’t need to say anything and yet I’m still talking so I will just stop.  Here are some of my favorite images from our trip taken on my Mamiya 645 with Portra 400.

Oh and also….Happy Halloween!!!!  If you are looking for some Halloween music, check out this playlist Meg made a couple of years ago.  It will be on repeat in my office today.

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