Monday, August 26, 2013
Last year HeyMatthew and I started a tradition of making a piece of art each time we celebrate our wedding anniversary. We've only been married for two years so there isn't much to brag about at this point BUT our piece from this year is AMAZING!! We started brainstorming about what we would make a few weeks before our anniversary and eventually decided to pull leaves, sticks, and flowers from our yard and make a collage! We don't plan on living in this house for more than another year or so, so we thought it would be nice to always have pieces of our first yard as a married couple. Here are a couple of shots from the process. Please excuse the fact that these are from my iPhone.
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
I think that it is safe to say that I've failed at being a blogger. Thank goodness for the random success of the melted crayons art on Pinterest or the internet might forbid me from hanging on to this space which is being so carelessly ignored. Graduate School is much more time consuming than I imagined and sadly every spare moment is spent studying or shooting images that will never see your computer screens because there isn't enough time to post them. Le sigh. I hope that all of you are out enjoying this beautiful weather but if you, like me, are stuck inside... this is for you.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
I don't know how to even begin telling you how much we LOOOOVED photographing Ali and Kyle's beautiful Charleston, SC wedding! This couple is definitely one of our all time favorites! Not only are these two gorgeous (and so easy to photograph) but they are both so sweet. I had a hard time narrowing down the photos for this post so look out for the second set tomorrow. We wish Ali and Kyle all of the best in marriage and in life! Back tomorrow with more! Love. Jb
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Monday, January 21, 2013
I received an email a couple of weeks ago about my melted crayon post being used for a Youtube video. I just finished watching the video and it's actually pretty cool! The first part of the video is introductions and...stuff... but the second half shows their melted crayon process. Check it out and be sure to leave TheAustrianLobsters lots of love!