Samantha + Darren Riverwood Mansion Nashville Tennessee

Riverwood Mansion Wedding

Darren and Samantha traveled to Riverwood Mansion from Chicago, Illinois. Both sides of their families arrived at Riverwood Mansion that morning prior to the wedding. I loved getting to meet everyone and awaiting the wedding ceremony. I feel so blessed to work with these two, and capture these moments. Please enjoy the photos. 

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Scarritt Bennett Wedding | Nashville Wedding Photographer

What a beautiful wedding at Scarritt Bennett in Nashville, TN. Tara and Brian had a destination wedding here in Nashville, TN. It was my honor and great pleasure to capture their memories. I loved being a part of their wonderful wedding at the Skinner Chapel in Nashville. Skinner Chapel is a small chapel on the grounds of the Scarritt Bennett Center.

Venue: Scarritt Bennett

Reception: The Husk

Best of 2016 | Nashville and Destination Wedding Photographer

Best of 2016 | Nashville Premiere Photographer

Nashville and Destination Wedding Photographer

2016 has been a wonderful year for me, both personally and for my business. I photographed over 40 weddings, I was able to travel for 5 of the weddings, and I personally I found a forever church. I am so excited for 2017, that I can hardly contain  myself. 

This year, I have had the privilege of photographing couples in Nashville, Georgia, Florida, Arizona and Texas. Professionally, I have worked with some amazing venues and vendors. I have made wonderful friends with my past clients, and many are still clients for 2017. As brides get married and start families, I love the fact I can always stay close with them and see their life changes. 

This year publications have been terrific as well. I was able to get published in Borrowed and Blue, The Knot, Style Me Pretty, and Ruffled. This blows my mind, and truly amazes me. 

It was so hard narrowing down my favorite photographs from 2016. I love the fact that I get to meet so many amazing people, travel to fabulous places and do what I love. I want to thank everyone who supported me and continue to do so. I have listed several of my favorite photos from this year. It was extremely difficult to do this, so get ready! 

I am now booking for 2017 and 2018. It looks like 2018 will be my international travel year, I have weddings booked for Florida Keys and Paris. We are so excited to move forward with our company. Thank you again! 

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Why am I a Nashville Wedding Photographer?

Why am I a Nashville Wedding Photographer?

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My personal journey began in Eighth grade. I received my first camera for Christmas, and the love affair began. I took pictures of everything, and chased the cat
around the living room all day until we both collapsed. I am sure the homemade chocolate candies didn’t help the situation.  I went back to school after Christmas break and brought my camera. I couldn’t hardly contain myself, I was so excited to show my friends. However, the teacher was not a big fan of my camera. After six clicks, she took it away from me for the rest of the day. I felt deflated, sad, and angry — I wanted my camera. That afternoon I was so glad to have it returned, I was just giddy. So, fast forward years later.

In high school, I was involved with any type of event that included photography. I found myself attending school just for the potential photography moments, and not so much for education. I lived and breathed photography, processing film, and planning my journalistic career. These dreams all came to an end when my Grandmother became sick, she had been battling breast cancer for several years. My grandmother was everything to me, and I was always her biggest supporter. As I watched her become weak, sick, and losing the will to live. I began to lose my drive for photography, and I stopped believing in the power of photos.

A year after her death, I finally picked up my faithful camera and developed the roll of film that was left inside for more than a year. As I went to pick up the photos, I had no clue what I about to view. I walked into the camera store, the film assistant waved at me and called me over to him. He told me “Your films are ready my dear.” I was standing in the store anticipating the images, just because I couldn’t remember what was on the films. Little to my surprise, my last roll of film was of my Grandmother alive, healthy, and living life. At this moment, I realized that images bring memories, beauty, and hope. My path was very clear to me, and I thought I will be a photographer. I have always been an overachiever in my life. So, I went on to get a business degree before I embarked on my creative journey.

After college, I went on to take classes at a local art college in Nashville, TN. In 1996, there were limited photography courses. I trained on film cameras, how to develop film, and business. I went on from there to work in commercial photography arenas in Corporate america. Started in customer service as I watched others take photos, that I was able to process. Then I moved up in the company, but I lost the photography aspect of my job. For the next several years, I had a very successful career with major corporations. No matter where my journey has taken me, photography had always been my personal passion. In 2007, I adopted my daughter from China and on this trip, I encountered several weddings. I was amazed with the culture, and the magical atmosphere of each of these ceremonies. Everyday while in China, I took my daughter down to the courtyard to witness these weddings, we must of been staying in a popular wedding area. The more I watched these ceremonies, the more I knew what my future would hold.

 

 

 

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Terian Farms wedding photography - Jacob + Brooke Farm Wedding

Terian Farms - Jacob + Brooke Farm Wedding

Jacob and Brooke's wedding was a complete dream. From the perfect fall day to wonderful friends and family. Enjoy the photos.