Resolutions

Hello blog readers! 2015 ended with a bang at LNP with a fabulous NYE wedding that I can't wait to share with you. My fall portrait season was the busiest to date, and I am loving shooting a variety of work for small businesses. With a new year comes change, and although you won't see me blog as much, please do keep up with me via Instagram & Facebook. My resolution for the year is to post more work, so if you aren't following already, now is the time!

I recently photographed Mallory Mathison Glenn's room at the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Designer Showhouse. Mallory does such beautiful work, and the way she combines colors and patterns amazes me. I first met her when I photographed her beautiful wedding several years ago. Just like her wedding, her room at the showhouse was full of character, imagination, & fun, but also was feminine, beautiful, & sophisticated. Enjoy!

 Linens: Julia B & Porthault

Linens: Julia B & Porthault

 Headboard: Baker Furniture, Linens: Julia B & Porthault 

Headboard: Baker Furniture, Linens: Julia B & Porthault 

 Wallpaper: Singeries by Schumacher, Lamps: Ralph Lauren via Circa, Art: Huff Harrington, Stools: Scalamandre Tiger Upholstery, Console: William Word Antiques

Wallpaper: Singeries by Schumacher, Lamps: Ralph Lauren via Circa, Art: Huff Harrington, Stools: Scalamandre Tiger Upholstery, Console: William Word Antiques

 Chinoiserie MahoganyCabinet: Baker, Fabric: Schumacher 

Chinoiserie MahoganyCabinet: Baker, Fabric: Schumacher 

 Art (face): Sally King Benedict

Art (face): Sally King Benedict

 Lantern: Coleen & Company

Lantern: Coleen & Company

LNP Home

It's a fact: I am surrounded by the world of design.  My husband is a builder and my mother is an interior designer. I also share studio space with another interior designer. My clients and relatives are in the industry...the list goes on. Architecture + Design inspire me and often affect the way I shoot my wedding + portrait photographs. So, If you can believe it my husband and mother have teamed up together on several projects over the last few years. Yes, it's weird that on some days they see and talk to each other more than I do, however, I love it when they collaborate and I get the fun job of photographing their projects when they are done.   This house is an adorable house in Garden Hills and the owner Laurie is such a wonderful person that we have all loved getting to know. Well done hubby & mamma! PS - I couldn't resist putting my son, W, in this great chair during the shoot. Typical crazy hair day!