Posts Tagged 'North Carolina'
I’ve known Jessica probably longer than any of my current friends. She and I have quite the stories of running around like crazy kids doing God knows what…. while our parents were in the ministry. I could tell you story after story of our crazy childhood. Let’s just say that Jessica’s sister hated babysitting us. We’ve stayed friends through many seasons, many states, many trials, and many hair colors. I love this girl.
Jessica now has the most beautiful family, and I was honored to be able to shoot photos of their family the other night. We were surprised with a rain, a rainbow, crazy clouds, a beautiful sunset and the color of autumn. Here are a few favorites…. I feel like I could have shared all 100 of them, but I’ll spare you.
I’m so excited and so honored to share that Tirzah Photography has won a Fearless Photographer Award! It’s such a huge accomplishment for me! Here is my profile on Fearless.
My dear friend, Julia and I spent a weekend together in Charleston shooting a wedding. We got to stay on the Isle of Palm near Charleston. We both decided to do a shoot out She shot me and I shot her. She is a natural at posing, and me…. ahhhh… not so much.
Here are a few of my favs… Also check out her work, she is incredible- here
I had a lovely few hours getting to spend time with the Griffin/Cranford Family. Their kids were so fun to work with and the light and the trees were beautiful!!! I am taking family sessions for this holiday season! Check out my mini session’s I am offering- here.
These are a few of my fav’s… I love the portraits of the kids the most.
Announcing Family Holiday Mini-Sessions!
For $200 you will receive:
Twenty-Five Minute Family/Couple session in the South Carolina Peach Orchards (Up to six people per family. $25 per additional person.)
Five high-resolution edited images. Additional images also available.
An online gallery for viewing, sharing and print orders.
For best fall colors in the orchards, I recommend scheduling your mini session during the first three weeks of November. Please contact [email protected] or 704-778-1940 for more details or to schedule your session. read more
When Laura contacted me about shooting her wedding I was so excited! I have never shot on an aircraft carrier before, nor have I ever done a wedding like this before. Completely new ground for me and something fabulous to add to my portfolio. I’ve enjoyed chatting with Laura the last 8 months or so as she’s talked about all the exciting things she wanted to do for photos. She was a smart girl, and let us have plenty of time to take lots of photos of her and Chris.
My friend Julia (Check out her work here) and I spent the weekend in Charleston together. Lots of driving and exploring new things. She was an amazing second shooter for me, I’m blessed to have been able to have her along side of me.
We have quite a few different locations for the portraits we did. We started on the Isle of Palm at The Palm hotel, and then ventured to the out side gate area of Boone Plantation, and then on to the boat.
Laura and Chris, thank you so much for choosing us to shoot your day! We loved it!
PS: Disclaimer, I had to try to tone it down with details of the ship… I mean…. come on…. it was amazing!
These two are just so beautiful. While I was editing these photos I was getting so excited about shooting their wedding next spring in Asheville. Aren’t they beautiful people?
This was a sunrise session at Jetton Park and Davidson College. Enjoy!
April was a rainy month, and it was true that the April rain brings May flowers. It was also a bit chilly for the month of April. Which is extremely odd for the Carolina’s.
Stephanie and Peter had plans to do their ceremony and reception in the Wyche Pavillion in Greenville, SC. But rain and cold air changed the plans of the day. Larkin’s On The River was a lovely, rustic like restaurant where the ceremony and reception took place. We made the very most of the day and did a few portraits and late night creative idea’s in the Wyche Pavillion right next door. We started at the Hyatt hotel a few blocks from Larkin’s and walked to Larkin’s from there in the rain.
I think rain makes you work harder at your art, and that’s what my husband and I did. We explored and tried new things, and they turned out fabulous! My husband is now my main second shooter for most of my weddings, he continues to surprise me and inspire me to go higher and be creative. I’m very thankful and happy to have him at my side all day long.
Stephanie and Peter’s day turned out so lovely and I’m so glad we got to be there to capture the emotion that took place! In spite of rain and cold…it was beautiful!
Congrats Stephanie & Peter! Thank you for letting Brandon and I shoot your day!