Author: John Sharpe
Ellie is such a sweet person and was an absolute pleasure to work with. She fills her time with dance and also enjoys photography. We shot her session in St Paul on a cold windy day. You wouldn’t know it from the photos. Thanks Ellie! Wishing you the Best during your senior year!! Ellie […]
Laura and Alex were married last year but were unable to have their “real” wedding as Alex has been deployed with the Army. A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of photographing their real wedding day. Laura and her mom pulled together a gorgeous wedding. I loved the color palette, the dress, the […]
This weekend’s wedding (albeit windy) at the Stonebrooke Golf Course was amazing! Just look at Laura’s dress…it was BEAUTIFUL! Love was in the air and I was so grateful to be a part of this couple’s wedding day! Here is a sneak peek from the day…full post coming soon.
I was smiling the whole time I edited these photos! My goal is not to take the “perfect” family photo with stiff posing and plastic smiles. My goal is to find the love and laughter that exists within a family. If my photos can make you laugh, smile, or cry…I’ve done my job. The Martin […]
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of photographing a very small intimate wedding for Ruth and Ken. I met Ruth last year at Kelly and Jason’s wedding and was so excited when she contacted me to photograph her wedding. The wedding ceremony was to be short and sweet with close friends and family. […]
I met Lindsay and Paul for the first time at their engagement. Within five minutes, it was apparent that Paul and I might have quite a bit in common (we both love cycling). I also couldn’t help but notice the way he treats Lindsay is the same way I treat my wife…like a 4 year […]
Photographing weddings like Katie and Chris’ is what it’s all about for me. I love seeing how each couple’s wedding day unfolds. There are always surprises. There are moments I never expect but am grateful to capture. For me, it was so special to capture a few images with the grandparents. I could just tell […]