old friend. new bride.

I met Callie in 7th grade. The rest is history.

I feel like as a girl, it's just wrong to miss your best friends' weddings, especially when you're supposed to be IN them... But I was too busy up in Montana going to school, and too poor to buy a plane ticket home. Luckily, she understood. And hopefully I made it up to her by taking these photographs.

Callie, you are so gorgeous. There were moments during this shoot that you would move your body only in a way a woman knows how to move. And you'd look at my camera with such amazing confidence and a seriousness I didn't even know you possessed. As the shutter clicked away I would lose track of that young girl I met ten years ago. And then you'd laugh, and it would all came back again. Thanks,... for everything.

you might notice another logo change. It's one of two ideas I've had for a long time. The crown was cute, but was just something to get me by. This is more along the lines of what I want, but it's still a work in progress. My other idea still involves a crown, made of twigs and leaves, but it's been hard to get it translated out of my head and into reality. You're probably not supposed to put stuff out there until it's polished, but oh well! I couldn't hold out any longer (so much for my lesson on patience, huh?) And this way I can get some feedback. enjoy :) 

This one is by FAR my personal FAVORITE!
I just want to stare at it forever...


And I have to give a special thank you to Jacob, Callie's new husband, for being such an amazing photographer's assistant. He carried ladders, lifted her up on hay bales, tree branches, carried accessories, and drove back to a previous location just to retreave Callie's favorite tennis shoes we'd left in a parking lot. If I had a gold star, you'd get one. And if I had enough money to pay you, I'd hire you.