These too good not to share words are reposted from @angiegarciaphoto - Here's a challenge for you guys.. try to be present. When you're with someone, put away your phone. When you're alone in public, don't go to your phone for comfort. Sit and observe the atmosphere and everyone around you. Make conversation with a stranger even if it's small talk. Ask someone how their day is. Listen when they talk, and try your best not to interrupt. Doing small things like this I swear will make your life more fulfilling and you'll gain so many memories of actual life instead of living in a virtual reality world aka your phone.
Caroline and her twin brother let me capture their senior portraits earlier this fall! It has been such a joy to get to know these two through youth group at our church! Caroline is one of the sweetest girls, always bringing the jokes and the smiles into any room. She's witty and Godly, and I'm so thankful I know her! Her blog post just went live 💥
Headed to #RVA for an engagement shoot today, and I can’t help but remember this day a few months ago!💥 I’m someone who needs to SEE and FEEL the “I got this” rather than just hearing it. So, I love scrolling through my own photos to get inspiration because I know my own thought process. I’m not copying or getting down because of comparison, rather it’s more of a confidence boost and challenge to go above and beyond every shoot! #alisandraphoto
Jet lagged and behind on laundry, but uploading this gallery today is bringing me life! Look at those incredible blooms from @sungold_flower_co! Can’t wait to share more from this wedding!
One of the best things we did this trip was stay for 3 nights in Hana at @hanakaimaui. People look at us like we’re crazy when we say we’re staying overnight because it’s a pass-through town for most. 🌴 But there is a deep culture that many miss by just doing a day trip. Most of the town is related - aunties and cousins work in the stores and farm the land and keep the traditions alive. 🌊 And all the adventures and hikes and beaches to explore. When you’re in Maui, disconnect for a few days - Hana is the best way to do that!