love light | asheville portrait photographer

energy….energy between two people…..what a phenomenal thing to be able to experience. i had the great good fortune to get a very last minute email from this couple who are only temporary Asheville residents, wondering if I might be able to photograph them. five minutes prior, i had a family call to reschedule their session due to an illness, so, to say their email was timely, is an understatement….and to say I got very lucky is just as much of an understatement. the love and affection these two have for one another after already a couple of years of marriage is just intoxicating. so easy together, so comfortable. he lights up when she looks at him, and she, well….just look at the love radiating in her eyes. what a wonderful gift I received to be able to meet and spend time with these two. C and L…thank you for your note, and for celebrating your wonderful relationship in photos…..
here are your memories of your time in asheville 🙂

2008/11/19 - 12:44 am

ashley - Breathtakingly gorgeous! I love the 3rd one (amazing light!) and the last two especially. But all of these are fantastic. They’ve got to be thrilled.

2008/11/19 - 1:36 am

alpana - Love these! The last one of the doggie looking at them should be huge on a canvas.

2008/11/20 - 7:41 pm

cherie yost - I love, love, love this session…did I say love?

2008/12/02 - 4:02 pm

Laura - You did an amazing job w/ these. The images are fantastic! The bw images is my favorite.

2008/12/12 - 10:54 pm

Kimberly Kyle - Oh how I wish I had photographs of me and my hubby like this. Amazing. Your work is beautiful.

2008/12/15 - 5:57 pm

Marina - Kristi! WHat a gorgeous couple! I love these lifestyle portraits. It is almost like you aren’t even there. The dog shot in the road and the bikes are my faves.

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