Tag Archives: midwest engagement

emily & clay | springfield, il engagement.

Emily and Clay first met while they were working on the same unit at the hospital together – I love a good met-at-work story (maybe because I have an extra level of fascination for work + co-worker life as someone who doesn’t have traditional co-workers), and I love that theirs wasn’t a love-at-first-sight kind of…

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lauren & marly | family farm engagement session.

I first met Lauren and Marly on Lauren’s dad’s farm – we’d talked back and forth via email beforehand, but our first time “in person” was out in her father’s driveway on this fall afternoon. They had been in the midst of some of the busier times I would guess they’ve had as a couple…

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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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