Monthly Archives: December 2012

Wedding at Carnton Plantation in Franklin | Shawn and Linda Claire

Shawn and Linda Claire were married on a beautiful Sunday in October at Carnton Plantation in Franklin, Tennessee. We spent most of the afternoon exploring the grounds for photos and even ventured into the nearby confederate cemetery as well as some beautiful fields and gardens. There was amazing golden afternoon light, a gorgeous sunset and […]

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Tying the Knot at Cellar One in Nashville

Allison and Aaron are photographers so I was honored when they decided to trust me with the job of documenting their wedding day. I asked to see some of Aaron’s work and he showed me some really well-lit, commercial images of rock climbers that he had photographed. I was impressed and all the more flattered […]

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Terrible Sweater Party VIII Photobooth

The tradition continues! Once again I set up a photobooth at Nashville’s biggest holiday party at Bluebar in Midtown. The Terrible Sweater Party 8 benefitting 2nd Harvest Food Bank was absolutely packed and full of crazy outfits! I brought 2 snow machines and an electric leaf blower to simulate winter weather on the booth and […]

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Perfect Circle | Chelsea and Chris

Chelsea and Chris held an outdoor ceremony with the chairs set up in concentric circles around a platform so they could be surrounded by friends and family. From the photographer’s perspective this was a pretty liberating set-up. We could circle around the background to get any angle we wanted without being too obtrusive and when […]

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Wedding at the Inn at Evins Mill

Christy and Jeremy were married on September 22, 2012 at the Inn at Evins Mill. This place was a real playground for photography. There were amazing textures, moss covered walls, waterfalls, an old mill, bridges, and the ceremony was set in front of a pretty pond. ¬†Since this wedding Jeremy has been deployed overseas with […]

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