Category Archives: Portraits

NC State University Engagement Session | Katie and Jack

I’m so excited to be sharing these, Katie and Jack are fun fun fun! It is always so wonderful to meet a couple who have been together since high school. It’s rare nowadays, and I think it’s incredibly special to meet someone when you’re young and have the opportunity to grow with them…and that’s exactly…

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Charlottesville Wedding Photographer | Annie and Mat

Long distance relationships are definitely not for everyone. You have to have a super-positive outlook and always find a way to see a light at the end of the tunnel. But if the love two people share can stand the test of time and distance, it is truly something special. And what Annie and Mat…

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Durham Engagement Photos | Allison and Paul

One of the things I love about being a wedding photographer is spending time in the company of people who are flying high on love. If I am having a less-than-perfect week, all it takes is one couple making each other laugh, looking into each other’s eyes…and suddenly the rain clouds disappear! I feel so…

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  • linda.floyd@me.comSeptember 27, 2017 - 5:56 pm

    Beautiful !!!!!!ReplyCancel

Richmond Engagement Photos | Brittney and Kevin

Sometimes love is worth waiting for. In fact, I think it’s always worth waiting for…but that can be easier said than done! Brittney and Kevin met in a mathematics class their very first year of college. She noticed him right away. But it would be another four years before they started dating! Now, six years…

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Raleigh NC Wedding Photographer | Theresa and Winn

I have such respect and gratitude for people who work in the medical field. To manage all that training, the hard work, the intense schedule, the relationships with patients… It truly is a gift, and an incredible service to the rest of us. When two people who do this kind of work somehow find each…

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