Of course, that’s not a message to Megan and Tyler. They are amazing and I’m excited about the life and the love they’re building with each other. It’s a warning to photographers. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Watch Yourself”
So what do you get when you put a beautiful bride-to-be and a handsome groom? Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Megan and Tyler For Real”
Earlier today, Misty and I took Megan and Tyler on a tour of some cool looking spots downtown in NuLu and the Waterfront for their engagement photo shoot.
Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Megan and Tyler”
It’s always a good day when I make photos of Jenna’s family because I adore her daughters. And because we usually get to do photos of her sister Kiri and Kiri’s son Xavier.
I am constantly amazed by moms with multiple young kids. Take Jenna, for example. Here she is with 4 young girls. Then throw in one more for good measure from her guy. Oh, and them get then dressed and looking pretty for family photos.
When our beautiful brides-to-be, Tanya and Jennifer, posed for their photos we spent some time in different downtown Louisville locations and we progressively made our way to the Waterfront. The Ohio River and the bridges are such an important part of Louisville’s identity that there are tons of photos taken in that location. We wanted to do something a little different. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Tanya and Jennifer on the Waterfront”
I’ve mentioned Noah and Justice and shown their photos. Oh, and I mentioned that they are twins, but did I ever show you them together? Don’t answer that. I know I didn’t. Until now. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: The Twins Together”
When it comes to creating traditions, it’s a lot of fun when you do it with littles ones. About three years ago, we started going with Emma to the Kentucky Derby Festival Balloon Glimmer at Waterfront Park in Fest-A-Ville. I wrote a sneak peak last week after the Glimmer, but here are the others photos I took, starting with Emma herself. Continue reading “Another Glimmer with Emma”
I’ll have a full-blown post next week, but I wanted to share at least one photo from last night’s Kentucky Derby Festival Balloon Glimmer at Fest-A-Ville at Waterfront Park. It’s become a tradition with Misty, her best friend Becky and Becky’s daughter (my niece) Emma. This time around because of a scheduling conflict, Emma’s Uncle London couldn’t be there, but I told him not to worry because I was bringing back photos. I mean, it’s me. There will be photos. In fact, last year’s photos are here.