Margaret has hired me for various photoshoots for her delicious podcast, Kitchenchat. Not only is she sweet as pie but she’s smart, strategic, and creative. It’s always a pleasure working with her. And thank you to The Viking Studio for allowing us to have such a gorgeous space to shoot!
Here’s a few shots from my dear friend, Angela’a, wedding. Angela was the most joy-filled and sweat-free bride I’ve ever seen in Dallas. Photography by Conversation Art.
A Dollhouse Shoot
The Dolls had a 1960s themed shoot with Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Loren as the inspiration. Y’all know I love a good red lip but trying that Sophia Loren liner was such a fun change. Thanks Dani for letting me do an iconic wing on you! Photography by Diallo Wilson.
This was from a photoshoot between a CHANEL cosmetics counter and aco-working space in Chicago. The theme was Summer Ready Boardroom Ready. Photography by The Fort Co.
Back in the Ozarks
Once upon a time I lived in the Ozarks and I went back for this naturally beautiful wedding. This might be one of the most radiant and fun wedding party ever! Photography by Hedges Photos.
I love, love, love winter weddings. Maybe it’s because I’m not sweltering as I’m cranking out makeup looks or maybe it’s because the snow gives the day a dreamy and magical feel. All I know is that green accent against the white is stunning! Photography by From the Daises.
Fairy Tale Wedding
This was hands down the most magical wedding I’ve ever been apart of. The room was filled with love, light, and gratitude. Maybe even a little magic. I kept the tones cool and rustic to keep in line with the wild and magical theme. Photography by Hitch and Sparrow.
Mary was one of the first brides to trust me with her wedding look. She wanted a very natural and radiant look and I think she was an absolute dream to work with.