Weddings create thoughts of love and happiness-ever-after and that is what I think of when I think of this couple. We met Molly a few years ago when we photographed her high school senior portraits and we are now honored to be a part of her wedding. When you see David and Molly together you know why they make a wonderful couple.
We were blessed with another beautiful Kentucky day which was a bonus for this outdoor wedding at Equestrian Woods Country Club.
These two little ones were so adorable and this was an especially funny moment at the reception. Children being children at their finest moment, I love it. My best, Valorie
Wedding/Reception: Equestrian Woods Country Club
Catering: Equestrian Woods Country Club
Cake: Caramanda’s Bake Shoppe
Flowers: Kroger’s Chinoe Rd (Kim)
Makeup Artsit: Hope Mitchell
DJ: Ian White of Hypnotic Sounds
Hair: Chris Johns of Insignia Salon
It was exciting when we received the phone call from White, Greer & Maggard Orthodontics that their next advertising models would be sisters that we have been photographing for most of their lives. I still remember Sydney and Kelsey coming to our portrait studio as cute little girls wearing cute little dresses. Now these precious little girls have become beautiful young ladies.
It’s always exciting and fun during our commercial photography shoots.
I believe they were just as excited as we were to see them again. They had a blast being photographed. I’m not sure who had a better time, the girls or Scott. He loves to photograph fun loving people and that’s a great description for these sisters. Laughter could be heard throughout our portrait studio.
We couldn’t have been more pleased with their black and white photographs. I hate to brag more than I have already but Scott is a great black and white photographer. His work shows so much emotion and depth that I just love.
Soon these girls’ photographs will grace the front window of our portrait studio. It’s exciting to be showcased in such a prominent place. We even have plans for their portraits to hang on the walls of the studio. Valorie
Helen and Caden come to the studio every year to do what takes many families years to do and that is to have a family portrait taken. We admire Helen’s commitment to her son, to have their memories captured and to be forever treasured by them both. Kind regards, Valorie
Having your senior portrait taken is a rite of passage for high school seniors. Thank you Rylee for letting us share this with you. Best wishes, Valorie
We love our fall days here in Kentucky and from these picture you can tell why. Scott met Andrew and his sister Elise on location for this great session. Andrew has been coming to us for a few years and this was our first time meeting his sister. They couldn’t be more cute together. Valorie
We all have people around us that we admire for one reason or another. Allison is one of those people. I’ve known Allison and her family for many years and have watched Allison work hard to become become a doctor, not just any doctor she and her father are my dentists. She is absolutely amazing in all aspects of her life. I couldn’t have been more happy when I met her fiance (now husband) Tony. I could see why her face lit up every time she spoke of him. Here are a few pictures from their special day. Scott
Even though we photographed Jessica’s senior portraits a couple of years ago her mother wanted us to create a keepsake album. Because we archive our clients images this was not a problem but exciting to revisit those stunning images Scott took of her daughter. The album and unique cover she chose is most fitting to her daughter’s personality. Her album cover is a combination of textures of leather and faux cheetah fur. Jessica and her mother loved the album and is already planning Jessica’s next photography sitting.
We had a great time photographing the Dolive family so I thought I would show a “sneak peak” of their location sitting. We wanted it to be very Lexington/Kentucky since they are moving soon and they want to keep their memories of Kentucky alive in their new Texas home. We were blessed with a wonderful evening out and about in what I believe is one of the most beautiful places to live.
They will be choosing one of these pictures for their new church in Orange, Texas to announce Evan’s new position as Associate Pastor.
We were surprised when a few horses wanted to get into to the act too. Especially when “Daguerreotype” wanted to do little nuzzling.
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