Joel + Lydia’s Fall Engagement Session

Here are the adorable Joel & Lydia! I finished up their signing book for their wedding, so I can share these fun and beautiful images we captured together last fall. I cannot wait for their wedding in September!

Amelia & Sean's Cuyahoga National Park E-Session

Amelia & Sean are getting married this coming October, but with a ton of big things going on in their lives right now, we decided it was time to take their engagement pics. And what better place then Indigo Lake in Cuyahoga National Park. Not only is this picturesque locale serene and beautiful, but it is where Sean proposed to Amelia. Love it!

Sarah & Steve's Washington DC E-Session

So, Sarah and Steve grew up in Ohio and are getting married here, but they live in Washington DC and when they booked me to photograph their wedding they asked if there was any way I could come to DC to do their e-sesion.

Angelika & Frederick's E-Session

They share a love of their German heritage and decided to dress the part for their engagement session. We took full advantage of the lovely first flowers of Spring, and despite the CRAZY winds, managed to get some great photos.

Nika & Patrick's E-Session

We did the e-session in Nika’s hometown, OBERLIN! Since it was pretty cold, we did some shots in the studio and then the two brave soles ventured out with me into the frigid December snow. We walked around Tappan Square and downtown Oberlin and then headed to the Res for some sledding.

Amy & Greg's Oberlin E-Session

Amy found out about me because she gets her hair done at Adeva. She contacted me, we met and looked at my wedding albums, and I created a custom package for her wedding photography. For all weddings over 6 hours, I throw in an engagement session for free. I do this for several reasons. 1. It is a fun way for me to get to know the couple. 2. It is a chance for me to take portraits of them in some cool locations during a session with no time constraints. And most importantly 3. The e-session is the BEST way for my couples to learn how to relax in front of the camera, get used to my style, and hopefully learn how to completely ignore (unless I get their attention) so that on their wedding day they stay focused on each other and the moment.