Wednesday, February 28, 2018

The New KGP

It's live! Head over to to connect to the new website + blog!

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

New Website Coming!

Hey everybody! It's been a much-overdue project to give my website a face lift and expand it a little beyond just the blog... I'm excited to say it's happening, so hang tight and if the site is temporarily unaccessible, that's why!

See you on the other side!

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Behind the Scenes | 2017

Well, here we are again, another year gone. I thought since it's already the middle of January that perhaps I should dispense with the year end recap, but it's generally a favorite for whatever reason and it's also the easiest thing to blog because there is a limited number of photos available to use and I don't have to sort through which 150 photos out of 700 to post from a wedding. :-)

That will come, since I have mountains of shoots that I haven't blogged, but for now... this is as good as it gets.

I threw in a few from the previous year because I didn't really have enough material that year to warrant a recap post. Thanks as ever to my lovely second shooters this year, Joanna and Anna!

Oh, you know. Just shooting next to a Rolls-Royce. No biggie.

Also riding a mini bus with the bridal party and acting like I do this every day.

Beautiful windows and perky second shooters :-D


"Now, let's see, I know this button here does something..."
I strive for professionalism and appearing knowledgeable, with varying levels of success.

Case in point. Gleefully occupying one of the awesome chairs at this incredible tented reception.

^ speaking of professional

This wedding was a dream. I shot it for Renee Higgins Photography (responsible for the above two photos) and reveled in dunes and beach grass and sand and water to my heart's content.
I'm from the midwest. It doesn't take much to thrill me. :-)

This is called "what they don't know won't hurt them." You can make anything work if you have good light. :-) Below is the result of the above photo...

Such a natural! ;-)

Contrary to appearances, Joanna is NOT attempting to tear pieces off the wedding dress.

Great working with Benjamin McCain on my cousin and his cousin's wedding... it's not every day that you are distantly related to the videographer. :-P

No idea what my hand is doing...

I crack myself up.

Wedding edition of "Where's Waldo?"... spot the second shooter!

Majestic light test.

I'm telling you. This wedding was SO. PRETTY. 
I need to post it.

I am a dork. At least the couple looks good.

Adjusting this amazing dress, which I will very likely steal when I get married.

Tag teaming with Enok Studios to tactlessly intrude on this tender moment...

Pretty second shooters who perch gracefully on stone walls.

Overtired much?

Second shooter and rose trainer. I hire people of varied skills because you never know when it will come in handy...

I had no idea I was so creepy.

Light testing like a boss.

Great minds think alike.

Shout out to this bouquet because I LOVED IT.
Also shout out to Anna who shot this wedding with me in 90 degree weather while coming down with and succumbing to the stomach flu. Trooper.
(also, nobody else got it. Thank you, Lord.)

Epic photobomb featuring yours truly and the groom

I clearly hire Joanna for her facial expressions. ;-)

So much to love about this.

Veil magic doesn't happen by itself, people!

So thankful for so many wonderful clients this year. I'm so thankful to do what I love because of them!

And because of them... I have my work cut out for me to catch up on blogging... :-)

Monday, September 4, 2017

Seth & Grace | Engagement

Oh, hey! You're still here?! I'm impressed. I was going for the 2017 Worst Blogger Award and I think I'm at least in the running for the top three.

It's almost wedding time for Grace & Seth so I figured maybe I should get their engagement pictures blogged sometime before they're married and have five children. I like to be super on top of things. *cough*


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