I glanced across the restaurant and was surprised to see my childhood friend, Derek, who I hadn’t seen in years. We’d spent our summers as children running around the soap box derby track and if you’re a derby person you know that the people you meet in derby are more life family than just friends. As I bounded across the restaurant to say hello, what I didn’t know was that Derek and Heather were on their first date. (I turned bright red when I found that out – believe me. Way to interrupt that sweet moment Ali.) But I quickly saw that Heather was full of grace and so very kind and I liked her instantly. Of course, back then on that first date none of us knew that these two would be getting married and that I’d be their wedding photographer, but I sure am glad it worked out that way!
Carlos and Taylor’s engagement session at Newfields (formerly the IMA) in Indianapolis was an absolute dream! Spring arrived late this year, but I was so happy to see it show up just in time for this session!
As they walked into the coffee shop where we met for the first time I knew immediately that Sam and Abby were a couple that I could not wait to work with! We sat and talked for probably way too long and I probably drank way too much coffee.
Industry is a modern oasis nestled just down the street from Lucas Oil Stadium. with warm brick walls, bistro lights and a fresh industrial feel. With pops of pretty green succulents, soft light blue touches and strong concrete – this styled shoot showcased the many ways this versatile venue can be transformed into your dream wedding location!
Two years ago yesterday I sat in my tiny office at my 9-5 job. My fingers hovered over the keyboard as I nervously convinced myself to type an email that would change my life. As I hit send on my two weeks notice I knew things would never be the same, but I never expected just what an adventure it would be.