Styled shoot with local talent!
Models: Madeline Sipp and Tai Pleasant
Venue: Junto Wine
Hair: Britney Woods
Makeup: Brittney Jean Makeup
Product: Girl Next Door Cosmetics
Florist: Erin Weides
Cake: Adorned Constance Cookies
Gown: Ellynne Bridal
Flower Crowns are my annual event for women! I create a safe place for all to come and feel beautiful wearing a crown of flowers! Bring your daughters, great-grandmas, or even your fur babies!
NovemBEARD is my annual charity event that I hold every year with Jessica Wollam. We offer free beard trims as well as a free photo with a flower beard! Money is raised by voting on your favorite beard! Last year we raised over $1000 for the American Cancer Society!
3 Daughters Boutique
Models: Addis and Mel
Stylist: Maddie Hull
I rounded up my hair and make up gals, Jessica and Keelee along with 3 Daughters Boutique & The Birds Nests to create these portraits! We had a day of fun and produced our vision in the process!
Models: Jada, Tara, and Madeline
HOLY SMOKES this lady is talented! We bonded over our love of fresh flowers and good music. Days like this make a girl happy!
3 Daughters Boutique
Stylist: Maddie Hull
Kate, my flower-child senior! She was just so fun and so sweet! She's got a heart of gold and a smile to match!!
This team of ladies produce the best work in Lincoln. I'm not kidding. These ladies have some major talent. Aletta, Jessica, Mercedes, and Sarah are my go-to ladies! If you need your hair done, get you an appointment booked!
The Cote family really made me feel at home. Had a cup of joe at the farm when I arrived, got to see the infamous "man cave", and met all the dogs! It was a great morning!
Love the ladies at Blown! Find out more about them at blownlincoln.com
What an amazing afternoon I had with models for Ellynne Bridal!
Flowers: Blooms and Bouquets
Dresses: Ellynne Bridal
What an incredible team we had to carry out this DREAMY shoot! I had the best warm day shooting in the middle of February with all these beautiful people!
Models: Azriel and Zach
Hair: Hair Gone Wollam | Jessica Wollam
Make up: Whitney Rose Artistry
Food: KJ and Company
Flowers: House of Flowers | Grace Perdue
Josh completely surprised me with his modeling skills and thrill to do any crazy thing I asked him to. He wants to be a photographer some day and I think his creative mind will totally rock it.
Taylor. She's got heart of solid gold and beauty to match. We had a blast running around downtown Lincoln together! I (maybe) got a burn from those smoke bombs, but hey, totally worth it.
Hair By Jessica Wollam | Headshots
Jessica is my ride or die and is incredibly good at what she does. She keeps me on my toes as a business owner and also as a friend! Love you to the moon!
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I had an amazing afternoon at the state capital with the sweetest daddy-daughter duo!
When I think of someone who is passionate about sharing their faith, I think of Liz. She will be going to Dehli, India this summer to learn about the diversity in the country and will be doing service work with the poor in the area.
As you can clearly see, she is also very passionate about dance. We had a lot of fun dancing around together while she taught me about her trip!
Cool guys who play cool music. I'm so serious. These guys can play and they're all just really great humans.
Check 'em out.
Also. I highly suggest you make it to a show.
Here's their info:
I. Cannot. Get. Enough. of. HER. She didn't say no to anything I suggested and rocked every shot. Her talent and beauty stun me, and probably all of you. Keep shooting for the stars, darlin!
In home visit to one of my favorite families ever!! Precious brand new addition: Harlow.
A day full of love. This wedding was so naturally beautiful.
She's my wild child. You bring out the fun in everyone, Jess!
In my photography, I strive to reach an honest depiction by defining a moment of human identity. Encouraged by the opportunity to meet different people, I humbled by their willingness to trust me with visualizing their identity. My ultimate goal is to create a comfortable understanding between my subject and I.
While getting to know a friend, I learned of her scar and was instantly astonished with the marks that the human body can mend within itself. This idea of the body fusing its skin back together being able to function properly again, is an illustration that the past is real and that beauty can come from painful situations. This concept resulted in this series of photographs. I am inspired by each person’s courage to cope with a wound and their openness to allow me to narrate the results through my photography. I believe that showing others their unusual beauty is one of the most precious gifts we can give — a visual interpretation.