Meghan + Madison Lexington Film Engagement Session

 
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Meghan and I chatted for the first time this past January. After a nearly two hour long conversation over delicious coffee she immediately felt like such a dear friend. I always love it when this happens, when clients become friends, it always translates so well in their photos, and Meghan and Madison are proof of that! We got to spend the evening all around Lexington, from downtown in Gratz Park (where Madison proposed!) to Transy’s campus (where Meghan went to school) and then out to rolling hills of Talon Winery for a picnic! Getting to capture Meghan and Madison in a place where their love story first began, to where they have started to put down roots is so special! I love that we got to see all different sides of Lexington!

You all are such a special couple and I cannot wait for your wedding! August can’t come soon enough!

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This is the light post where Madison proposed!

This is the light post where Madison proposed!

 

Hannah + Dylan Film Engagement Session

 

When Hannah reached out to me back in October to shoot her July wedding, I knew off the bat that she and Dylan were such a sweet couple. Because of busy schedules, it took us until June to finally meet, but when we did I realized that they are so much more than a sweet couple. They are kind, funny, and love each other so much, they instantly felt like such wonderful friends, I can only imagine how joyful their wedding will be!

We met at Pisgah Presbyterian Church where Dylan proposed to Hannah. This is such a special spot and absolutely gorgeous! When then headed to Keeneland and took advantage of the beautiful grounds there as well!

Hannah and Dylan, thank you for allowing me to capturing such special moments and the beginning of your beautiful legacy! I can’t wait for July 6th!

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