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I'm inspired by the little details that make every day beautiful. My shooting style is vintage inspired, casual, and romantic. My aim is to tell your story through photography using unique angles, a laid back shooting style, and creative processing. I'm based out of Newport News, but I love to travel:)

Thursday, June 2, 2011


My younger sister and I are only 20 months apart so it almost goes without saying that we were super close growing up. Though we grew out of matching haircuts and similar outfits, we’ve never outgrown each other. She’s still one of the best friends I ever had. This past March she joined the Army and left for basic training at Fort Jackson South Carolina. I missed her. So. Much. If you are a friend, co-worker, or even random acquaintance of mine, well you probably already feel like you know her too!

Time went by faster than I thought it would…after all, I was busy working full time, shooting 3 engagement sessions, my first wedding, oh and planning my own wedding! Before I even had a chance to slow down and take a breath, it was already time to road trip down to South Carolina.

It was so exciting to see her…we’d missed her for months…She was in BCT all spring. She missed my bridal shower and bachelorette party and somehow got out of dress fittings and folding and gluing invitations. She missed the family schnauzer become the biggest loser (she lost ten pounds). See, my family is so close knit…we’ve never been apart more than a week or so. And none of us really adapt to change very well so we took it hard. Seeing Kacie again was so exciting and unreal. I was so relieved she was okay and thankful she was safe. And even more than just seeing her, it was incredibly emotional and moving to see so 1300 diverse people take the step from ordinary citizen to American soldiers.

Kacie: (if you read this…which you SHOULD) good job dude J see you in San Antonio!







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