Never in a million years would have I dreamed of photographing a wedding in Spain. I've always been conservative with my business goals and 2016 showed me that literally anything is possible. My #1 goal for 2017 is to Love GOD and others. I know, you're wondering how does it even relate to a photography business. To be honest I don't completely know haha but I know that I can't possibly go wrong!
I think a first and small step is to keep in touch with my clients. Not in a creepy/stalkerish way, but continue to promote healthy and strong marriages and happy families. It's been so awesome to watch my couples excel in their studies, careers, (in this case travel!) and add to their families.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: being a photographer has allowed me to meet so many amazing people and reconnect with friends !
In this case, it was definitely the latter. Joanah and I met when we were studying at BYU-Hawaii. Not only did we take some of the classes but we definitely spent a lot of hours in the science lab running and rerunning experiments! I was thrilled to hear from her and most of all to find out that she was engaged and getting married! It truly is so exciting to see loved ones find love and happiness! We shot their engagement session on a foggy december morning in American Fork Utah. They were such troopers as it was SO cold. I can't wait to celebrate with them next month when they say I do forever at the salt lake city temple!