Category Archives: Engagement

skylar & nathan | central illinois engagement.

When I first pulled up next to Skylar and Nathan’s car as we met for their engagement session, I saw Hadley’s head peek out in the back seat. This was my first time meeting her “in person”, but the great thing about social media is that you already feel a little bit like you know…

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nick & paige | central illinois hometown engagement.

This post isn’t difficult to write – on the contrary, it’s more so difficult to narrow down exactly what to write about and to know when to stop writing, because I have a lot of things I can say when it comes to my brothers. Nick is the youngest of my siblings, and even though…

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claire & brent | farm bar + lincoln park engagement.

I technically first met Claire and Brent last year at a wedding I photographed – Claire was a bridesmaid in her friend Brittany’s wedding, and Brent also rode along on the bus with her + their wedding party. And as much as I love when past wedding guests become my clients, I love the chance…

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camille + tim | chicago lakefront + downtown engagement.

I originally met Camille when she was a bridesmaid in a wedding I photographed a few years back, and while I often “joke” that I remember all of my past bridesmaids from staring at their faces on my computer screen while editing, it’s basically true. So while I did remember Camille’s face when I first…

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ashton + patrick | central il engagement.

When you grow up in a small town, it can often become tough to recall a time when you didn’t know a particular person who also grew up there – you don’t necessarily remember how or when you first crossed paths with them, because they became so ingrained in so many different facets of your…

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