When I met Kaitlyn for the first time, we talked for almost three hours. As in, our coffees were long gone and I looked at the time and realized that I had to go Christmas tree hunting with my family momentarily. We chatted about everything wedding, love story, Clawson, and more. I loved it–building relationships with my clients is important to me. I would rather be more than just a wedding day photographer to you.
Snow was on Kaitlyn’s wish list for an engagement session, so we watched the weather and even rescheduled so we could have fresh snowfall for our time together. It was SO worth it. On a Sunday morning, we met at Stoney Creek Metropark and spent almost the entire two hours outside.
Kaitlyn told me a lot about Jacob so I had some expectations in mind. But I had NO idea how amazing he would be to photograph. Often, one member of the couple isn’t as into photos as the other. That’s totally fine and I end up winning them over by the end. But Jacob was the complete opposite. He knew exactly what to do and where to put his hands. It came completely naturally to him, making my job a breeze.
I love shooting in the snow. It’s romantic and sensual. I think these photos speak to that. They’re a reflection of the intimacy I want to capture in images, along with some joyful moments mixed in.
Needless to say, I’m beyond excited for their December 2018 wedding!