saturday morning

WILD CHILD II Session: La'Brea - Part III

The third and final part of La'Brea's Wild Child session is finally up and ready for the world. This was such a special day and we are so proud of what we made! It is bittersweet that this is the last installment of this shoot. We're so happy for La'Brea and her talent, as we are sure it will take her so far. 

I've had this song stuck in my head for the past week. So, I'm gonna tack it on right here so you can listen to it while scrolling through these yummy images. I'm incredibly happy, yet again. I hope these make you happy, too! Have a beautiful day. 

Wanna book a Wild Child shoot with me? Get in touch with me and let's go grab a drink or some coffee and chat! PS: I love to travel!

An Afternoon in Decatur

We may as well declare it a national holiday. I finally convinced my roommate to let me take pictures of her. "We've only lived together for a year... it's about time I let you take my picture," she said. Yeah. You think?!

Carolyn and I like going on adventures around Atlanta and discovering new places, and so we could kill two birds with one stone, we set off for Decatur. We'd been once or twice but not for long, and we didn't get to explore as much as we would have liked to. So that's what this day was for!

Naturally, we stopped to get something from a bakery, because we've both got an insatiable sweet tooth. And from our experience, we highly recommend anything from Cakes & Ale's bake shop. We got a homemade oatmeal cream pie, and even though the pictures make it look like Carolyn ate it all, she basically only had one bite. 

Just FYI, in the photos where Carolyn is smiling, it's probably because she's laughing at me, or at herself. I love you Carolyn!!

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Saturday morning session: Bob + Betsy

It's back! My latest Saturday morning session from this past weekend down in Winter Park, Florida is up on my portfolio. This time, it's featuring Bob and Betsy McClelland, also known as: my parents. 

I've been wanting to photograph them for a long time now. My love of photography blossomed when I was in college, and during that four year period, I wasn't home very much. And, when I was home, I was typically catching up with my friends. Since I had a spare moment to breathe on Saturday morning before a wedding, I wanted to spend that time with my parents.

My parents are incredible people, individually and as a unit. They are the definition of commitment. Through it all, they support each other and refuse to give up. I admire them for their unwavering love for each other, God, and my brother and I. I hope someday I will blessed to find someone as committed to me as they are to each other! I love you Mom & Dad. Thanks for supporting me when I'm chasing my dreams, even when I'm sometimes unrealistic. You rock. 

Head over to their page in my portfolio to see all the images!