The Borcik Family | In Home | Atlanta, Georgia {In Frames Photography | Georgia Family Photographer}

The Borcik Family. A family of talent, love, and curiosity.

I’ve known Arielle and Kyle for a couple of years now and I’ve always been so impressed by them and their love for their craft and one another. They are extremely talented jewelry creators and their pieces are absolutely lovely. You can check it out here. When I met their kids, I was so dazzled by their politeness and kindness but also not surprised because their parents are incredible beings. They each have their own darling personalities and they were the absolute sweetest little babes.

When I walked into their bright and welcoming home in Georgia, I felt ready to create some magic. We explored the corners of their cozy home and I felt so honored to document them in their habitat. This session was unreal from start to finish, but one of my favorite things to watch was the love Arielle has for her children. It’s fierce and patient and it made me love her even more.

I’m so excited to share these with you. Oh and PS, disco balls make every family session better.

XOXO,

 

Meg + Drew | Dusty Magic | Salt Lake City, UT {In Frames Photography |Utah Wedding Photographer}

Sometimes my brain runs wild with an idea… and sometimes it comes to life in a way I never thought was possible.

I had a vision of a golden light, dust filled, 70s vibe shoot for a long time. But I could never find the location or couple. One day I went to visit my friends Meg and Drew and I was hit with that “AH HA” moment I had been looking for. Their music room where they created beautiful things together was the location I never knew I needed. I threw my ideas at Meg and to be honest, I’m not the best at describing my thoughts, but she understands me better than most people and knew what I was thinking.

A couple weeks later, we all got together, had some lunch, and dove into the shoot that will forever be a favorite. I don’t know what it was about that Sunday afternoon, but it was pure magic. Golden light poured in the small room and the honesty flowed from Meg and Drew’s undeniable connection. My heart was full and my brain was on fire. This dream I’d had for so long was finally happening and it was better than I ever expected.

These images, these people, and these memories will always hold a special place in my heart and I’m so happy to be sharing a piece of them with you all.

XOXO,

The Spiva Family | At Home | Dallas, Texas {In Frames Photography | Texas Family Photographer}

The Spiva family. What a beautiful family.

I recently made a trip to one of my favorite cities (Dallas) and I was able to meet up with these golden souls. It’s always nice to catch up with past brides and grooms, but it’s even better when you get to do that and document their newest addition to the family. I’ve witnessed the love between Chelsea and Boston many times, but this time was more special than ever before. The way they look at their children is absolutely beautiful. The feeling in their home is welcoming and I won’t lie, seeing my art and all the moments I’ve already captured for them hanging on all their walls made me tear up.

I love the curiosity of Onyx and the way he expresses himself through art and music. Watching him and dad jam out was truly inspiring. Watching Chelsea with baby Beck was just as sweet! I can’t wait to continue to document these memories for this radiant family.

XOXO,

 

 

 

Zach + Katie | Rooftop Elopement | The Clift Building, Salt Lake City {In Frames Photography | Utah Wedding Photographer}

I’m blogging at almost 2:00am so bear with me…

This rooftop elopement in the city was one for the books. I’m such a fan of small intimate weddings and these two hit the nail on the head. It was beautifully setup and shared with their four closest family members… well and me. When Katie first contacted me, I knew she was something special. She described her and Zach’s wedding and I was in. It was about love and family and that’s what it should be about. When I showed up, I was so blown away by the amount of detail! Everything was so well put together and it was the most chill wedding day ever.

The day started off by having a few minutes alone to document Katie in her wedding dress. She’s literally one of the most stunning humans I’ve ever seen and her grace is beyond words. I was then lucky enough to be the only one to witness their first look… I only cried a little bit…. It was beautiful. The next couple minutes were spent surrounded by their closest loved ones as they vowed their love and lives to one another. There were so many happy tears and love on that rooftop, it was insane. ALSO PS CAN WE TALK ABOUT THOSE VIEWS HOLY.

We then hit the city to celebrate! We ran around the city taking night portraits and ended up on the stairs where they had their first date.

I’m so honored these two asked me to take part in their big day. I love them both dearly.

XOXO,

 

 

 

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Nicole + Ammon + Luna | Family Session | Antelope Island, Utah {In Frames Photography | Utah Family Photographer}

OH MY MY MY SWEET BABIES. The amount of love I have for this family is unreal.

These are my kind of sessions… we spent most of the evening laughing and talking about life, I got to know them and what they’re all about. The way these two love each other is inspiring. He looks at her as if it was the first time and she smiles at him with the kindest eyes. They laugh together and spend most of their free moments kissing their perfect pup, Luna.

It’s not often that I click so well with someone almost instantly like I did with Nicole. She is such a light in this world and always finds the positive in things while still being realistic and I think that’s such a rare quality to find in people these days. She’s also an insanely talented photographer and you can check her out here.

We ran around until the sun went down. We witnessed a magical golden hour and afterwards we saw the most memorizing cotton candy sky. Once the tiny moon lit up the sky, we called it a night. So grateful for these peeps.

XOXO,

 

 

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