Chelsea and Dave’s Cape Cod wedding was nothing short of a fairytale. They rented Wing’s Neck Lighthouse via Airbnb and invited their close friends and family to join them as they said their vows overlooking Buzzard’s Bay. We had access to inside the lighthouse, which made for some really stunning photos of the bride and groom after their ceremony. At sunset, I took the bride and groom down to climb on some rocks by the water. Make sure you scroll down to see those because WOW! Click HERE to see the full gallery.
Meredith’s maternity photoshoot was easy peasy—so natural and comfortable. I arrived at their house around 8am to catch this beautiful morning light — it was so worth it! Before I left, I asked if there were any other poses or outfits she was wanting to try. She came up with the idea of the white button-down shirt, and the light coming in on the stairs was too perfect not to utilize. I was so happy that Meredith and I collaborated on the outfits and poses together. I hope you enjoy looking at these as much as I enjoyed shooting them! Click here to view the full gallery.
Landyn & Trey’s wedding was on April 27th, and the weather could not have been more perfect. It was 80 degrees and sunny. They had both their ceremony and reception at The Rock Quarry at Carrigan Farms — a stunning and unique venue in Mooresville, NC with several picturesque photoshoot opportunities. Some of my favorite from the day were taken under a giant weeping willow tree beside a pond. Click here to see the full gallery.
Maximus Thomas Law was 8 weeks premature. He has the name of a fighter because he came into the world as one. He has a beautiful family, and his pitbull big brother, Tillman, is the sweetest with him. Enjoy!
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Kathy and Jonathan had a small wedding at The Morehead Inn right outside of Uptown Charlotte. Her daughter and niece did her hair and makeup — it was truly a family affair! Click here to view the full gallery.
A heartwarming photoshoot with 1-month old baby Atlas, her parents, and her big brother Lou, the pitbull. Detail photos include pictures of Atlas's nursery — complete with floral patterns, mauve and blush tones, and live plants.
The philodendron in the hanging planter is cut from an original vine that grew in Atlas’s great grandpa’s garden.
Sarah, Drew and I explored Banner Elk, NC and it was a winter wonderland! To see the entire gallery, click HERE.
Sweet family portraits in the woods in Mooresville, North Carolina. All photos taken and edited by Kelsey Kline.
Brittany and Kyle knew exactly where they wanted to do their maternity photoshoot before they welcome little Claire into the world. Claire is due to arrive the week after Christmas, and they have a tradition of going up to Boyd Mountain Christmas Tree Farm in Waynesville, NC each year to cut down their tree. To them this was the perfect place as it is their last time picking a tree with just the two of them. I loved this photoshoot, and the collection of photos is one of my favorites that I’ve done. View the full gallery HERE.
Jessica and Phillip were married at Christ Episcopal Church in Charlotte, NC. They had an intimate ceremony of only 35 people, and a reception of around 100 at the Randolph Road Mint Museum. It was a beautiful night! CLICK HERE to view the full gallery of images.
I did these bridal portraits for my best friend, Paris, at the beautiful Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. There is a pretty hefty photography fee at this venue to take any professional photos, but as you can see it is WORTH IT! This place is stunning.
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The last time Becca and I went hiking together, we were climbing a “14er” in Denver, Colorado. This time, she was in a beautiful dress, hand-in-hand with her future husband, and the hike was just a bit less strenuous! We had a great time—there are photos to prove it! (lol)
These intimate and romantic photos are from a styled elopement photoshoot on Black Balsam Knob off of the Blue Ridge Parkway.
For Landyn and Trey, I did two shorter engagement photoshoots for them, instead of one longer shoot. We did one at Lake Norman, and one on the beach. I loved this idea because both places are significant to them. Landyn grew up on Lake Norman, and her mom used to take her to the very park where we had the photoshoot, and Trey and Landyn met in college at the beach.
I had so much fun exploring with Ashley and Jimmy. This was my first time climbing Black Balsam Knob in the daylight, so it was as new to me as it was to them. On the way down, they kept saying how much fun they had on the shoot, and it shows in their photos. Check them out!
It was 40 degrees and wicked windy during this shoot but we powered through with this beautiful sky, champagne breaks in the car (heat ON), and spontaneous dancing.
Kate said “I do not do heights” so instead of hiking up, we hiked down! Looking Glass Falls was stunning, and is the perfect place to go for a photoshoot… if you know when to go.
This was one of two engagement photoshoots that I did for Landyn and Trey. They had an idea of doing two shorter shoots at different locations, instead of one longer shoot. For this Lake Norman shoot, we explored a park Landyn’s mom used to take her to when she was little. It was a hot one (90 degrees!!), but there was the perfect golden light coming through the trees. Take a look!
Andrea & Adam’s photoshoot was on Cinco De Mayo between breaks in the rain. We explored Sugar Creek Greenway & Frasier Park in Charlotte, NC. When the rain picked up, we had chips & salsa, and margaritas in the car — photoshoots are fun, ya’ll.