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Krissy & Corey Engagement Photo Session

Krissy & Corey will be getting married next spring, and I can’t wait to be there with them! These two are just sweet. I’ve been following Krissy’s Pinterest wedding board, and I can tell that her style and taste is very similar to mine – I know their wedding will be beautiful and creative. We’ve talked a lot about what she envisions, and if a wedding can be FUN…well, I believe theirs will be.  We’re going to do several more sessions before then, but here’s a sneak peek at a few of my favorites from our first session.


Barbara & Jay – a fun family session

These two? Some of my most favorite people that I have the pleasure of knowing. Fun. Loving. Our Friends. If I had to chose just one thing that I love most about Barbara & Jay, I’d have a hard time. Sometime, I’ll have to tell you about a New Year’s Eve we spent with them…It has to do with…well, never mind. But needless to say, I laughed til my sides hurt!

Anna – by Christy Lewis Asheville & Marion Children’s Photographer

Anna – oh my gosh. What a cute young lady! She was stylin’ with her bright, happy outfits and her jewelry. She’s definitely a little Southern Belle – very polite, sweet, AND she has her very own set of pearls!:)I had a great time working with her, and I think she had fun, too. Just look at that sweet little smile….

Adam – by Christy Lewis, Asheville & Marion Children’s Photographer

After about four rescheduled sessions due to rain, I finally met Adam and his little sister, Anna. We’ve had an over abundance of rain in June and so far in July, and the ground is saturated. This makes it difficult for photographers who use the outdoors for backdrops. Finally, though, there was a break in the clouds and so we worked in a few minutes to gather and do a quick session. Their mom picked a new area for me – one I’ve never shot at, but I was looking forward to exploring and taking photos here. We found a memorial wall for veteran’s of our county, and Adam and Anna found their uncle’s name, so of course we included that in our session, which made it much more personal and meaningful. I love being able to incorporate individualized and personal items in a session. To be able to remember an American hero who served my country was very special to me, and I think it was for Adam and his parent’s, too.

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