This was sort of a two part session due to one of the sweetest babies in the world having a double ear infection at our originally scheduled shoot. We got to take advantage of two completely different backdrops which was fun because I’ve never shot at either of them. Well, that’s not entirely true. Years ago I had a session at the Boathouse District here in OKC but they’ve built it up so much it doesn’t even look the same. The lines and sharp points were so unique and not typical of my usual style and I really feed off of my environment so it was a good challenge to surround myself with a different setting. And of course I loved those earthy shots we got too. Anyways, on to the photos.
I don’t know how to put into words how much I loved this wedding. I think it’s because I love the people in it so much. This family is so special to me and I was so honored to have been a part of this day. Chad and Franki are the cutest. They are just so smitten with each other and it’s heart warming to watch them together. Wishing them the best of the best of the best! Much love!
I realize this blog post looks like Maya stole the show and that’s because she basically did. And by that I mean she was the only one of the three kids that would sit still for longer than 2.5 seconds, even though she appears to be moving in almost every single shot. Haha-that basically sums up this shoot. Up at 6:15 to catch that glorious morning light, a 4-year-old that has zero interest in standing and smiling when there is a playground within arms reach, twin one-year-olds that are exactly that, and I had to bring my two-year-old because the grandparents were still snoozing that early in the morning and the mommy of these three beautiful children also happens to be my best friend and so I get to do that. To have been a fly on the wall for this session…I’m sure it looked like a chaotic mess, but I’m pretty proud of what we popped off here, all things considered.