February 29, 2016

Utah Fashion Photography

Last week I had the chance to step away from the wedding industry of photography and try my skills in fashion photography. I was a little nervous as this is something I've never in my life tried before. However, I LOVED it! I really had a hard time putting my camera down. The models were great and Paul Mitchell Academy did a fantastic job on the hair and make up. John Rhees was amazing to put all this time and effort into putting this on! I am seriously loving being able to try so many new things in school. I am already sad that I only have a year left. I literally want to take all my photo classes over again. The students have been so nice and supportive and the teachers are just amazing!

February 23, 2016

Engagements at Tibble Fork Reservoir

These two were the winners of my Engagement Giveaway on Instagram. I loved getting to know them and photographing them! They were up for any adventure and were so cute together. The weather up at Tibble Fork had finally calmed down and wasn't as bone chilling cold as it normally is. We were able to walk across (good thing it was frozen!) and get some beautiful shots!

February 16, 2016

The W Family

 Last week was really rough. My whole family was really sick. I don't ever remember being that sick in my entire life! I am pretty sure we are at the tail end of things, so cheers to our road to recovery! Here is a family session I did back when the earth was beautiful, green and WARM! I can't tell you how excited I am for spring to make her debut! I am so excited for all my brides this year as well! It should be a fun year! 

February 7, 2016

Winter Engagements

I really loved working with these two last night! They were just so chill and FUN!! They were up for anything and willing to risk their being freezing to get some great shots. And they didn't need much direction when telling them to get close and snuggle. They are getting married in the Houston LDS Temple this May. That is one beautiful temple!

February 2, 2016

Winter at Utah Lake

I have a major project due tomorrow for my Exploratory Photo Process's class. It's been so very stressful and I spent most of the day on Saturday working on it. I was so frustrated. I had to take a break. I decided I NEEDED to shoot something. Something for me. So off went me and my girls (My Mamiya and  my Nikon 810 girls)  to Utah lake. May I just say how bone chilling cold it was?! However, it was my coffee beans for my eyes! Sometimes when we get in a funk, we need to drop what we are doing and just do something completely unrelated in order to get some perspective! My project is almost done (well good thing as it's due tomorrow right?) and I am now working on my Artist's Statement.