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Clarksville equine photographer

Clarksville equine photographer

Clarksville equine photographer

Is there anything more cliche to summertime than running through fields barefoot, munching on juicy watermelon and cooling off in the creek?? I mean…I can’t think of anything if there is! Which is why this fun kids photo shoot was such a blast! It was right around July 4th, so we combined Americana with watermelon […]

Summertime Adventures Middle Tennessee || Summer + Ferdinand

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Can we take a moment to just appreciate the gorgeousness of these two fine horses? Like seriously y’all, my sweet friend Amanda has put so much work, sweat and tears into these two and it shows. Ziva is a gorgeous Quarter Horse who spent some years as a broodmare and now lives life as a […]

Equine black background Middle Tennessee || Ziva + Pepper

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When Alex reached out about doing a liberty session photoshoot with her horse Hoca, I was overjoyed! Alex has this natural way with horses that is just amazing to watch, and the relationship she and her mare, Hocaponthas, is beautiful. If you ever have the opportunity to watch a horse and rider do a liberty […]

Love & Liberty Middle Tennessee || Alex + Hoca

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As a Thoroughbred owner, I can personally attest to the squirreliness of their brains sometimes. I love my guy, but he can drive me insane with the calm in one moment, “prancing stallion” the next. Miss Dolly here totally threw me for a loop. As a Thoroughbred, and only four-years old at that, she was […]

Equine black background Middle Tennessee || Dolly

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Y’all…I’m at a loss for what to say about this session. My soul needed it, I loved every moment of it, and I’m so thankful for clients like Roberta and Frank! But really, this in-home cuddle session was something I had been dying to shoot for months now and I was over the moon when […]

Cozy in-home cuddles Clarksville, TN || Woronowicz family

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I love the clean, timeless look of a good equine black background photo. You really get to see the lines of the horse, their expressive eyes, and their personality! I recently ran a special in the Clarksville, TN area for horse sessions, which brought me to Locust Run Stables in Adams, TN for Samson’s black […]

Equine black background Middle Tennessee || Samson

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Let’s be honest for a second. Most inquiries I get come from moms who have to force, bribe or beg their spouse and kids for family photos. It’s the nature of the beast. But every so often, I get the pleasure of hanging out with a single parent and their kiddos. As a parent to […]

Raising young men Clarksville, TN || Roberts family

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My favorite time of day is the 30ish minutes right before the sun totally sets. No matter what time of the year, that light always seems to warm my soul and wash away the stressors of the day. So after a particularly rough day, well rough few weeks if I’m being honest, I took my […]

Shooting for me Fort Campbell, KY || Lakota Wolf

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I don’t think there is a more fitting word to describe a military homecoming than “finally.” Because it’s never just the deployment that is over. It’s the long months of training, the predeployment, the saying goodbye, the deployment itself, and the impatient waiting at a hanger, that is all¬†finally over. So it was only fitting […]

Finally Home Fort Campbell, KY || Penick family

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As a photographer, we are blessed to be part of some of life’s greatest moments-births, senior year, engagements and weddings, but sometimes, we are asked to document the closing of a chapter- a funeral of a loved one, or the last days of a pet’s life. That was what my sweet friend Jennifer asked, to […]

Saying goodbye Clarksville, TN || Lewis Family

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As a photographer, we are blessed to be part of some of life’s greatest moments-births, senior year, engagements and weddings, but sometimes, we are asked to document the closing of a chapter- a funeral of a loved one, or the last days of a pet’s life. That was what my sweet friend Jennifer asked, to […]

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