The Moore family and I met earlier this summer to capture their family portrait. In fact this portrait session was their first ever experience as a family with an independent photographer. In the past they had always gone to one of the many chain studio’s in town for their portrait needs.
After viewing their proofs and comparing the prices to past experiences….they decided they should have came to me much sooner. They now have portraits that much more accurately represent them as a family for about the same price. Plus no more cheesy studio backdrops!
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Here are a few photos from last year’s event.
I first met Cody about 6 years ago while photographing his sister’s wedding. Our next encounter was a few years later when I called a tree company to remove a tree from my back yard. A few tree removals later and Cody mentions “You know my sister and her husband” I looked at him confused and he mentions, ” You photographed her wedding a few years ago”.
In the year’s since this particular conversation, Cody has continued to take care of the trees in my yard and I’ve photographed his sister and her growing family many times. So…when Cody contacted me and told me he was engaged and needed engagement photos, I jumped at the opportunity.
Congratulations Cody and Rae! You make an adorable couple.
OH…..if any of my readers are looking for a reliable, honest, reasonably priced tree guy….call Cody. His company is Wright Way Tree Company. He does a great job and this is why I keep having him come back. I highly recommend him.
It has been quite a wait for the nuptials of Ingrid and Alex. The couple patiently waited while Alex was on deployment…..and then waited about a year more to hold the big celebration.
What a celebration it was! The whole family spent the week leading up to the wedding, together camping and having a great time at Warm Lake. As the week progressed friends started joining the celebration by joining in on the camping and fun. The week came to an end with a big bang on Saturday. It was finally time for the wedding.
The ceremony was held on the North Shore beach and the following festivities at the North Shore Lodge. Everyone danced the night away.