I've always been a big fan of winter and Elle and Ryan are the same. We had our engagement shoot at the beginning of a blizzard and then last week they were married in a much warmer day than they thought in Kenosha. Absolutely love Elle's amazing white robe. Just spectacular.
Brianna is such a great person to photograph. She brings a lot of energy and life to a shoot and I love the bridge crossing into the Third Ward. It's such a beautiful backdrop and shows off so much Milwaukee-ness.
I first met Raphael and Judah while teaching Sunday School Classes for my church and their son, Patrick, was there. Raphael and Judah are two of the nicest people I know. They invited me over to their house, we ate amazing home cooked food and talked about how cold Milwaukee was compared to India. They are great people!
Katy and Matt are such a kind and sweet couple that were married in a wedding that matched their personalities at Brookfield Baptist Church. We took portraits in downtown Delafield and the reception followed at Country Springs.
Over Christmas I visited my parents in Atlanta and so with some amazing 60-70 degree weather in the middle of winter, I took some portraits of them outside and just tried some new techniques to do some fun things in the portraits.
My friend Betsy and I decided to tour a few buildings in September for Open Doors Milwaukee. Open Doors Milwaukee is a really unique event where these old, classical and historical buildings all over Milwaukee open their doors for people to come in and tour for free and just see the inside of these buildings that would otherwise be locked up to the general public. We toured the new BMO Harris Building, the U.S. Bank Building and the Federal Building all over downtown Milwaukee.