File this under one of the coolest shots I've gotten in quite a while! There are #banksy style stencil art pieces all over town right now, and many of them are depicting life during #quarantine. We stumbled on some today during Caroline's senior session so had to get a few shots with them.
Thank goodness for this guy cause it had been way too long since a cyclist photo bombed an engagement shoot. It's the little things that make me fall in love with my city more and more every day.
I love everything about this picture. Alyssa and Jeff had been married all of 10 minutes, and we took a walk around the French Quarter. You can see people in the background, but they were just that - background noise. In this moment they truly only saw each other. Another interesting tidbit - this was the week before quarantine became the new reality. I've gone twice to this spot in the last couple of weeks, and seeing the French Quarter so quiet and still will leave an indelible mark. What a crazy time to be alive.
If social distancing and an engagement session had a love child...
I've been told by those who love me that I should not ever dance unless the aim is to make people laugh. Let the roasting begin!
Happy Valentine's day, y'all! Here's one from the last wedding we shot over @southernoaksplantation @staceyasaro
This dogs spotted tongue brings me way too much joy! This is what happiness looks like, in case you were wondering.
I think the kids call this squad goals? 😎😎
On a nasty day like today, I think every could use some gorgeous light!