We spend our days capturing milestones in the lives of our clients.  While we speak in imagery, this is where you can learn a bit more about things from our perspective.

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Michelle + Bethany

The first time I met with Michelle to talk about her and Bethany’s wedding, Bethany couldn’t make.  She had been called in on a SWAT call.  Usually this would justify rescheduling, but Michelle, not wanting to inconvenience anyone, went ahead and met with me.  I didn’t realize it at the time, but this was defining of […]

May 1, 2017

Weddings

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Ashley + Patrick

Genuine true love can’t be faked, and Ashley and Patrick have it in spades!  We had originally planned to do their engagement session months ago, but those plans (quite literally) went up in smoke.  But with their wedding barely a month away, the fires subsiding, and our schedules aligning, we made it happen, and they effortlessly rocked it.  I […]

April 27, 2017

Engagements

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My Little Girl

Embarrassingly, most of my own family photos are taken on a cell phone.  But there is something about pending changes that gives a sense of urgency to appropriately capturing the present.  All of us, Natalie especially, are excited to be welcoming the 4th member to the Graves gang this July.  But for a few short months, […]

April 25, 2017

Personal

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Nancy + Jason

How do you effectively describe a perfect couple’s wedding day in a blog post?  The short answer is that you don’t.  I can’t.  After all, I speak in images not words.  But I’d be remiss if I didn’t spend a minute stating just how beautiful Nancy and Jason are: as people, as a couple, and as […]

April 24, 2017

Weddings

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Little Hudson’s Easter Photos

We’ve been fortunate enough to get to know the Hatcher family over the past few years, and we are always beyond grateful each time we get to work with them.  Little Hudson has the sort of sweet spirit that lights up a room, and he definitely didn’t miss an opportunity to ham it up in front […]

April 19, 2017

Portraits

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Sweet Juliette and her Grandparents

One of my favorite aspects of life as a photographer is that every day and every session is unique.  Sweet little Juliette’s session was no exception, as it was booked by her grandparents while they had her in town for a few days.  Juliette was fun and curious throughout the session and definitely warmed up, going […]

April 11, 2017

Portraits

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A Darlington Engagement

I have a hard time finding the words to describe all the amazing couples and families I work with.  After all, I speak in photos, not words.  But with Ariel and Nick, I came away from my first meeting with them thinking how they just seemed effortless.  They certainly didn’t need any direction on posing from […]

April 9, 2017

Engagements

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A BeltLine and Park Engagement

Engagement season is definitely in full-swing, and this stunning Atlanta couple is the latest I’ve been blessed to work with.  Some couples want to be posed.  Some couples pose themselves.  And some couples, like these lovelies, are so naturally enraptured with each other that posing wouldn’t even do their love justice.  Their session started by […]

April 3, 2017

Engagements

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A Rome, Georgia Engagement

You never know what weather will be like this time of the year in Georgia.  There’s a saying, “If you don’t like the weather, give it a few days,” and it is absolutely true.  Weather for this engagement session turned out perfectly for Torrie and Jeremy though, and as brand new Georgians, they may not know how […]

March 29, 2017

Engagements

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A Buzzworthy Graduation

We love milestones. From engagements to weddings, from maternity to newborns, and yes – graduations. We were excited to explore the Georgia Tech campus with Karen and take photos to celebrate her upcoming graduation. Congratulations, Karen! We’re celebrating with you!

March 26, 2017

Portraits

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