the story of
and engagement photography in Kansas City
In middle school, he was in her phone under a fake name (a girl’s, of course, so her parents wouldn’t find she was talking to a boy). But any stress arising from that secrecy didn’t stand in the way of them officially becoming a couple in high school.
The three years they had together then formed a foundation for all the years apart that would follow – first at different universities and now with him in an architecture graduate program in Nebraska while she dances with a ballet company in Iowa. Fortunately, they can see the end of this separation as they look forward to their wedding next May!
Ashley and Grant: I loved all the ways you incorporated your story into this session: Your childhood and teenage photos together, the Kauffman Center as the site of your engagement and, most of all, the connection you’ve cultivated that comes through so clearly in these images! I can’t wait to capture more of that at your wedding, but in the meantime, here are some engagement favorites:
I'm a print-journalist-turned-wedding-photographer who fully believes in the value of telling true stories beautifully. By means of a camera, I am a curator so my clients can be keepers of their most important moments.
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