As an alternative, I’ve been suggesting studio shoots to my couples. They give engagements and milestone shoots an extra edge, or elevation. It’s a blank canvas; a creative space open to all possibilities. I’ve found recently that working in-studio has made me feel even more artistic and inspired
This handsome couple hails from Michigan but came out to visit and celebrate being newly engaged. Spending an evening with them, I realized I’ve never spent time with a couple quite like them, the perfect balance between whimsical and sophisticated. They’re so naturally photogenic and genuinely had fun from start to finish. I think you can tell by those sweet little smiles.
Their meet-cute was by way of a set-up. Brooke and Ryan’s parents were good friends and after a quick introduction at a pizza place, they fell in love. Brooke and Ryan are both so charismatic and just such a joy to be around.
Their proposal story gives me giggly, fuzzy feelings inside. I had the best time capturing their engagement photos. I feel as though their chemistry just jumps off these images at you; contagious love. I can’t wait for the big day ya’ll, it’s going to be pure magic.
I thought the engagement session was so perfectly, them. Cozy, fashionable, and romantic. We shot at Buffalo Park in Flagstaff with champagne, a woven blanket, and lots of love in tow. There are so many in-between moments I managed to photograph from this session that have so much heart. These two melt my heart!