Slowly working my way backwards in the backlog of sessions and weddings that need to be blogged. I don't always blog every single thing I shoot and it's never for a personal reason - getting the images turned around and delivered fairly quickly to clients on the back end and moving on to the next project are always my first priorities, but it's definitely time to start sharing more of my work on my own page, as well. I'm probably going to start working back and pulling things from waaaaay in the past as well. Losing my old blog was a nightmare, but it's time to put more effort on rebuilding. Working on it, anyway.
Believe it or not, I used to live in the carriage house on the same property as the location of this engagement session (Ian's parents' home.) A visual dream, basically. All of the homes in the Oak-Hickory Historic District are amazing, but their garden is a magical place full of caterpillars (check out the red one cozying up to Kadie's ring on the passion flower), fluttering butterflies, and gorgeous flowers I don't even know the names to.
Kadie and Ian are the sweetest. They met while volunteering at UNT and are getting married this November and I. Could. Not. Be. More. Excited. that their wedding day is approaching so quickly! These two laugh and play and have fun together so easily, which makes working with them a dream. Bonus: We're shooting Kadie's bridal session this week in the same spot, so I'll be sharing those after their wedding.