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Plein-Air Belle Meadows Farm Wedding |Nashville Wedding Photographer

Plein-Air Belle Meadows Farm Wedding |Nashville Wedding Photographer

Their beautiful wedding was host to a multitude of stunning moments. We're especially in love with their bride and groom portraits after the ceremony! The day was bright and clear, and between a dramatic bridal session in the windy field

Kayley + Jared // Nashville Wedding Photographer

Kayley + Jared // Nashville Wedding Photographer

So excited for Kayla and Jared's wedding next month! Check out their super sweet and fun engagement session! These two are beyond precious together!  

Jennifer and John: Wedding

Jennifer and John: Wedding

The day of Jennifer and John's wedding, it was supposed to rain. And it did, in between the first look and bridal party photos -- just enough to cool down the hot summer day for their outside reception! What a blessing in disguise!

Josh: Senior 2015

Josh: Senior 2015

I have known Josh since he was about 7 years old, I can't believe he is already a senior in high school! I am so impressed by the young man that he has grown to be-- kind, enthusiastic, and quite a leader! I love catching up with Josh and his family and what a better excuse to catch up than to capture some images of Josh to celebrate his last year in high school!

Corinne: Off to College

Corinne: Off to College

This lady is off to college! Corinne has second shot weddings for me many a time over the last 3 or so years (she has a great eye and is so fun to work with!).  It was fun to turn the camera around on Corinne and put her in front of the lens instead of behind it, and isn't she beautiful! . . .

Diana + Patrick: Married!

Diana + Patrick: Married!

... they left the alter as husband and wife, walking down the aisle to Zeppelin and arrived at their reception where the southern/breakfast themed food left my mouth watering.

Keri + Joe: Married

Keri + Joe: Married

“The way we started our new life together was perfect. Simple, unencumbered by extravagance and dedicated to building and sustaining what family does when it’s at its best. Family … in all its imperfect, dysfunctional drive-you-crazy-sometimes glory ... supports you and is there for you. If Keri and I went into our marriage dedicated to supporting each other the way our families, both blood and extended, supported us, we could do this. . . .