Changes have arrived. I will write more about it shortly, but I quit my full time job and am only doing photography. I love photography and I love my job so better yet to make them the same thing!
I finally have time to shoot many jobs I have had to pass up in the past and be a part of something bigger. Me and Meg from Styled Avenue shot yesterday in celebration and to do some blog posts, and I felt free. It was an amazing feeling and I hope it never goes away! Now I am headed to New York for fashion week with Meg and it doesn't quite feel real yet! I feel like I have finally gotten to my dreams! Here we go! XOXO
This year has been amazing!!! I have loved it and loved all the people in my life: What a joy it has been to do exactly what I love also! Thank you thank you for your love and support! And have the best time tonight! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
The beautiful Simply Sadie Jane was our model for our floral of the month! Rachel and I chose poinsettias and then matched it with a beautiful head wreath that of course she just whipped up! She blows my mind and of course is an incredible person! We paired this shoot with a dress from free people and it was a dream! I hope you enjoy and have the best holiday!
Hair|MUA: Vivian Johnson
model: Simply Sadie Jane
dress: Free People
Florals| concept: Rachel Osguthorpe
This shoot was a big deal for me. It was my first huge collaboration and I really wanted to perform well for everyone. They were the best team in the world and I loved every minute of it. Thank you to all of them for all of the help of making this possible! You are amazing!
From the antique flatware to the custom-made Catalan-inspired gown and mantea, country elegance shines through in this collaborative shoot. Elegant, yet simple. Polished, yet raw. Proving that there is beauty outside of the mountains and city life of Salt Lake City, the backdrop provided a mix of beauty and ruggedness to complement the love so obviously present between the bride and groom.
We combined a dinner table and dessert table, including a nontraditional cake, to give you the whole view of how this elegant day would play out and how it is okay to be different and follow your own vision you create. From the candies to the florals, a pop of color was just what was needed to finish the piece.
Gown and Mantea: Made by Elizabeth Maack
Jewelry: Emaack Designs
Cake: Carlie Knudsen
Florals/Table styling/Candy: Rachel Osguthorpe with Jolley's Floral
Hair Pieces: Frenchie Wraps
Hair: Tara Johnson
Makeup: Amy Allen
Styling/clothing provided by:
Graphic Design: Trenton Lowe
Models: Brit Andrus- Bride, Landon Roney- Groom, Danielle Wright, Valerie Mckee