Summer and Fall have been a whirlwind, despite how cliche that sounds. It feels like I was on the west coast last week and now here I am, fully into fall, waiting to see Christmas lights twinkle around every corner.
That being said, I am home! I am officially not leaving Charleston until the end of January and I couldn't be happier. Although I love traveling and love the adrenaline I get from always being on the go, it's exhausting. I wrote a little bit about it in this post but I've learned how nice consistency can be and how having normal work days and normal weekends can actually feel wonderful. Here's a little preview of how the last few months have looked like since July:
A roadtrip along the entire west coast, back to the west coast for Alaria+Alex's Bellhingham wedding, the building of installations for The A21's Campaign's annual Be Their Freedom Event, back to the west coast for my cousin's vow renewal and another trip to San Diego, attending the Pursuit 31 Conference in Georgia, finishing and shooting a styled wedding shoot I had been working on for four months, driving with my brother out to Colorado, guest blogging, three concerts, being a part of the Wild and Free Collective, shooting five weddings, one proposal, four families, two bridal sessions and six engagement sessions.
I'm hoping to blog more about these adventures in the future but in the meantime, here are some photos that will give you a little glimpse into my life and what I've been up to.
All Photos taken with my Fuji x100 and edited with VSCOFilm or iPhone 4s and edited with VSCOcam
This little dude's birthday is in a few short weeks and he'll be a big brother in April (!!!)
A gorgeous sunset while planning for Karlee's surprise proposal
And it happened! Can't wait to be photographing their elopement in less than a month!
Mumford & Sons in the upstate
The A21 Campaign's second annual Be Their Freedom event with some of the installations I designed and built
Off to Palm Desert, Palm Springs and San Diego
The secret field not too far from my house
One last outing with one of my favorite photo friends, Lucy
Off to the Pursuit 31 Conference in Rome, Georgia
The wonderwoman behind Carrie Logan Photography
My long lost hair twin, Promise Tangeman
Ten hours of driving across the boringness that is Kansas
Idaho Springs, Colorado then up to mountains in Frisco
Doing my thang
The glory that is Noah and Abby Gundersen
Keep up with even more of my adventures on Instagram.