a few weeks ago i went to nashville for imagingusa, a photographer’s convention that totally changed my life! the word for the week was “overwhelming”. i’m not sure that i’ve stopped using that word ever since…
david and i lived in nashville for one short year, and we often talk about how it would have been nice to stay longer. i miss two things the most: my friend tami and the pancake pantry. tami definitely takes priority over the pancake pantry, but i was lucky enough to visit both! the french toast was to die for! (ba-da-boom! david came up with that one.)
and then there’s the reason for this post! i worked with gini while living in nashville, and i was really exited to take some photos for her. of course, i was a bit nervous when i realized how cold it was going to be – 21 degrees to be exact! everyone bundled up for the occasion and despite the frigid temperature, i think we got some amazing images. enjoy!
it’s a dreary day in maconga, so i found these pictures from a while back to brighten my day (and hopefully yours).
these are pictures I took for tammy viviani and her daughter, alie, who was presented at the macon debutant ball – bon hommes. i normally don’t create full black and white posts, but I just love the bold contrast created by the formal attire – so I just had to! thanks to the viviani family for being so much fun!