Oh goodness, this engagement session is near and dear to my heart. I met Lydia at the University of Georgia through a science blog we both write for, the Athens Science Observer. If you love learning about science news or policy this blog is for you! And I must say…Lydia’s blog posts are particularly amazing, she’s one of our most talented writers!
Lydia is an incredibly talented woman and I’m lucky to know her. She is a fantastic science writer, passionate veterinary student, has her Ph.D. in infectious diseases, is a dog mama, and so much more. Will studied at Emory University School of Law and is now an attorney. Can you say #powercouple ?!?! These two are wonderful and destined to do great things.
When Lydia asked me to photograph her wedding and engagement session I couldn’t have been more thrilled. Photographing any engagement is a beautiful experience, but when it’s for my friends, that’s something incredible.
We started Lydia and Will’s engagement session at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, where both Lydia and Will attended college. We even stumbled upon a sweet family of deer that let us get crazy close to them during this session.
We then moved to the beautiful Whitter Mill Park in Atlanta, GA. Goodness, what a surprise this park was, filled with beautiful green fields and part of the original mill’s structure, it was a great spot for an engagement session.
Congrats on your engagement Lydia and Will! I can’t wait to celebrate your marriage in December!
P.S. – I think Lydia and Will’s engagement session was possibly the hottest Georgia engagement session I’ve ever experienced and these two handled it like champs! But on a positive note, they brought their cute pup Luna to their session complete with a floral collar…I can’t handle the cuteness!
P.P.S. – Shout out to the most awesome intern Reagan for helping handle Luna and making sure everything looked picture perfect during this engagement session. And I’m excited to say that Reagan will be staying with us in Fall 2018 and starting an exciting adventure with AOP! Stay tuned!
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