Monthly Archives: February 2015

I’ve loved becoming even better friends with Nicki and Brian after their elopement last spring in Asheville.  And, as Nicki said, we reached a whole new level of friendship after witnessing their daughter’s birth.  As I’m sure anyone would say after being in a delivery room, birth is a true miracle. It’s an amazing feat, and I’ve never been […]

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  • Laura Babb - Beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie - Oh Megan, these are stunning. You captured this story beautifully. LOVE.ReplyCancel

  • Kate Rohloff - This is absolutely beautiful, thank you. I’m Brian’s cousin and your touching words and stunning photos make me feel like I was able to be there with my family, whom I love so much, to welcome this beautiful girl into the world and into our family. I’ll cherish this always.ReplyCancel

My mom used to scold me as a child because I would stay up way past my bedtime, reading by my closet light.  You’re going to strain your eyes!  My love for reading hasn’t subsided.  In fact, I feel like my taste in literature is similar to music. I can pretty much read/listen to anything […]

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  • Stephanie Rita - I also love Daily Rituals. And I do the same thing, read a couple pages before bed! I need to read Girlboss!ReplyCancel

  • kasey loftin - jodi picoult is one of my favorites as well. i’ve read 6 or 7 of her books. so good. not sure if you’ve read it but one of my favorite books i recommend to fellow book lovers is Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. I really believe Foer is one of the greatest authors of our generation.

    happy reading!ReplyCancel

  This is the third time that I’ve had the honor of capturing the Rogers family.  Each time I photograph them, they add a new family member–this time was sweet baby Link.  Nicole envisioned getting some incredible photos of all four of them, but reality was that Jax wasn’t having it.  It was a toddler-tantrum kind […]

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I’m kind of a sentimental sap, especially when it comes to holiday traditions. Every Christmas since we’ve been married, we pull out our polaroid camera and make some images of us and putting ornaments on our tree.  The on-camera flash is unflattering, the selfies are always blurry, the images are never centered, and Poa never […]

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