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Our overall style is clean, timeless yet modern, and full of light. We create experiences worldwide for those madly in love with each other and with life!




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Nina | Centennial Senior Portrait Session

We’ve gotten to spend a good bit of time with Nina this year as she was our Centennial senior on the Class of 2020 Dream Team! Nina is kind, motivated, thoughtful, intelligent, hard working, and has the best laugh! She always has a smile on her face. She had to say goodbye to her fellow […]

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Gillian | Garden Senior Portrait Session

I was able to hang out with Gillian at her garden Senior Portrait Session and let me tell you it was SO good! It’s pretty rare to find the perfect flower collection! She was so easy to photograph, but even better? She has plans of becoming a special education teacher following high school! What a […]

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Raygen | City Senior Portrait Session

Raygen was the most easy-going and fun senior to work with, so naturally her city senior portrait session images are stunning! I’m a huge fan of the urban vibes she wanted for her session–we love making sessions unique to our seniors! We also went a bit more traditional than normal by incorporating her high school […]

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Addison | Alpharetta Senior Portrait Experience

I could try and emcompass the beauty of this gal with my own words, but you’ll get a beautifully painted picture from her’s:

“Little story of mine : started high school as a broken young girl with big insecurities. High school popularity and pressure to fit in really did get the best of me. These insecurities that I had deep down were what was guiding my every move. I look back and I see a girl who would give into things God never had in store for her. I made poor decisions and treated people badly. My heart would try to compensate for my insecurities by saying and thinking things that were insanely selfish and self conceded…”

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