rocky mountain national park *Amanda & Brent*


rocky mountain national park

The day after Amanda & Brent’s beautiful Wild Basin Lodge wedding we spent a couple hours wandering around some of my favorite spots in Rocky Mountain National Park not long before sunset.

It was a beautiful day!! Amanda and Brent were just as joyful and excited as the day before!!

I was super exited for this shoot! It’s always amazing to have so much time to photograph the bride and groom at a wedding and being able to venture around Rocky Mountain National Park was incredible. It’s one of my favorite places in world and I feel so truly blessed to live so close to it!

We started in a beautiful meadow near the Alluvial Falls and then headed up Trail Ridge Road to Forest Canyon overlook – what a gorgeous spot! When we were driving we were gaining a ton of elevation and literally climbing into the clouds! It was so gorgeous!

I absolutely loved this shoot and had a blast with Amanda and Brent!

Here are some of my favorites…


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*Amanda & Brent* wild basin lodge wedding


wild basin lodge wedding

Amanda and Brent are a lovely couple. They had a beautiful wedding on Monday at Wild Basin Lodge and what a gorgeous day it was!

Wild Basin Lodge is such an incredible venue with the most amazing staff of kind and genuine people who love what they do and cherish their brides and grooms!

Amanda and Brent are a joyful couple and I truly enjoyed witnessing their love for one another and their kindness for everyone around them. One of the biggest blessings of my job is meeting incredible people that inspire me in so many ways!

I asked Amanda to tell me a little about how her and Brent met. Here is what she had to say…

“I met Brent at the local race track.  I knew Brent was made for me the moment I asked him if he wanted a beer and said no! However, moments later he tapped me on the shoulder and said he would like that beer. Brent has something warming about him, that I would not let go of for anything.  After being best friends for years there was no stopping it.  We would make each other the only thing that mattered to us.  I can truly say I’m about to marry my best friend.”

and their proposal story…

“Brent asked me to marry him on the last snow day in 2014. For some reason in my old age I have been remembering when the last snow fall of the year has been. When you’ve been with someone as long as I’ve been with Brent, it gets pretty hard to pull the wool over each other eyes. We started the afternoon at one of our favorite restaurants, in downtown Prescott. I was asked to join in a walk around the square, you could see the disappointment in Brent’s face when we walked around the corner and there were a million bikes ready to start a marathon. He asked me where I thought they were heading, I replied with another one of my favorites spot in town, Thumb Butte. So we headed to the house that we made our home together for the past 2 years. I took a nap as Brent worked on his Jeep. I came outside afterwards to bring him in for the day, it was freezing,windy, and the snow was starting again. He grabbed me and sat me on my favorite thing in the world; our dog house he built us. I knew it was coming so I closed my eyes so tight, I could not believe someone as perfect as Brent would ask me to marry him. I knew we agreed to be together for the long haul, but it still was surreal. As I opened my eyes to check out the most beautiful ring, the sun popped out of this one cloud and hit my ring so perfect, it was magic. As I said yes, the dogs went nuts as if they were agreeing.”

I just love their story and how fun loving they were the entire day!

Amanda’s brother married them – how special is that??

Here are some of my favorites from their beautiful wedding day…


Cake : Colorado Rose Cake Company

Flowers : Floral Design of Europe

Dress : Melissa sweet

Hair and Makeup : Traci with Bella Capelli

Stay tuned for some photos from an amazing shoot we did in Rocky Mountain National Park the day after their wedding!!!

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estes park photography *Lisa & Eric’s 1st Annivesary*


estes park photography

I was over the moon with excitement when Lisa told me that her and Eric would be visiting Estes Park for their 1st anniversary! We decided it would be awesome to do a one year anniversary shoot while they were in town. It was more amazing that I imagined!

Lisa and Eric are two of the nicest people I have ever met!!!

I shot their wedding last July at Black Canyon Inn and Twin Owls Steakhouse. I had just returned from my 5 week Euroadventure right before their wedding. I had been looking forward to it since I shot their engagement photos earlier that year in Denver. They were so kind and genuine with one another and with me that I knew their wedding was going to be a blast and full of so much joy! I wasn’t wrong! Lisa was so laid back when I saw her that afternoon and so calm. Their families were more than welcoming and I became 100 times more excited right then!

Their wedding was amazing! It was a gorgeous summer day and everyone was awesome! Lisa and Eric made their day about their love for one another and their families and friends – it was a joyful experience to be apart of!

Anyways, I met Lisa and Eric at Lily Lake in Estes Park Thursday evening and we spent two hours wandering around taking photos and catching up. It was a blast and i’m so thrilled I got to see them again!

Here are some of my faves from the shoot…


Since the first anniversary is signified by ‘paper’, Lisa made that awesome banner and she also made a bouquet out of paper, the pretty flower in her hair, and a prop for their cake! How creative and crafty is she??? I just loved all of the details and time she spent to make this shoot so special.


Colorado Rose Cake Company made a beautiful and delicious anniversary cake for Lisa and Eric!!!


Lisa made Eric an ‘adventure book’ for their anniversary… When she told me it was kind of like the scrapbook from the movie “Up” I knew it was going amazing and oh my! It was so awesome and creative! They will be able to fill it with their many adventures in the years to come.  Eric loved it!!


HAPPY ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY to this sweet couple!! I wish you both many more years of love, laughter, and joy!!

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wild basin lodge wedding *Angie & Josh*


Angie & Josh had a lovely wild basin lodge wedding on Sunday. It was a beautiful summer day and they were both so much to work with!

wild basin lodge is an amazing venue located in Allenspark, CO at the base of Mount Meeker and sits right along to Saint Vrain River… It doesn’t get much better than that!

I was so excited to finally meet Angie, as we had been chatting a bunch leading up to their wedding day and she had been so kind and sweet the entire time! I absolutely love seeing a bride for the first time and she instantly gives me a big hug! It’s so sweet and makes me 100 times more excited right then!

Angie and Josh met in early 2007 and have pretty much inseparable ever since! Josh proposed on December 15, 2012 while they were snowboarding with some friends in Winter Park. How fun and romantic is that??!!! Their love for one another and everything outdoors is so evident! Their down to earth and genuinely kind attitudes were the things I noticed right away after being around them… They have such a joy for life and gentle kindness towards one another and everyone around them! I feel truly blessed to have met them and been invited to document their very special day!

I love love love all of the unique details that Angie & Josh had at their wedding! Colorado Rose Cake Company did their usual amazing job of creating a masterpiece with the cake and Brigitte at Floral Design of Europe crafted gorgeous floral arrangements!


The garter that Angie wore has a very special story… Josh caught it when he was a young boy at a wedding and his mom saved it all these years so that his bride could wear it on their wedding day!!! I love it!!!


There are so many gorgeous spots all over the wild basin property for photos… I’m in photography heaven when I’m shooting there!

Angie and Josh had their adorable dog in their wedding ceremony! She was adorable!!


The first dance is one of my favorite parts of a wedding reception!


Let the fun begin!!


Congratulations Angie & Josh! You were a true joy to work with and I wish you all the happiness in the world!

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estes park wedding photography *Kylie & Justin*


Kylie & Justin – estes park wedding photography

I was so excited to finally meet Kylie! We had been exchanging emails and texts leading up to her wedding and I knew I was going to like this gal! She seemed so genuine, kind, and spunky and when I knocked on her door at The Stanley Hotel and she instantly gave me a big hug, I knew I was right!

What a gorgeous bride she was! I love love love her hair! She ordered her gorgeous hairpiece, necklace and flowers from Etsy. What an awesome resource for brides planning their wedding – so many unique and handmade items to add those special touches to such a special day!

Shortly before her wedding Kylie was given her great great grandmothers beautiful purple ring that is from the 1890′s. It went so lovely with her wedding colors and what a special heirloom to have with you on your wedding day!


Justin’s sister, Jamie made the cutest sign for the wedding! Their ceremony took place at Lily Lake and it is a popular walking trail that attracts a lot of people – so to avoid chatter she made this super sweet and creative sign! What a unique and kind gesture!

I loved seeing Justin standing waiting and watching for his bride – so precious he was even taking photos on his phone of her walking on the trail towards him!

estes-park-wedding-photography-3They are such a beautiful and joyful couple full of so much laughter! It was so much fun working with them and such a pleasure to witness their love!

estes-park-wedding-photography-4Caught them taking a selfie! Gosh, they were so much fun!

estes-park-wedding-photography-5Congratulations Kylie & Justin!

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engagement session France *Amanda & Jonathan*

I had the pleasure of photographing Amanda and Jonathan’s engagement session as we traveled through France last month. Amanda is my very sweet younger sister and I couldn’t be more excited for her recent engagement to Jonathan – an amazingly kind and hilarious man! I am thrilled for them and so excited for this chapter of their lives to begin.

So begins our two week long engagement session through Europe… We’ll start with France!


Engagement session France

We started our journey in Bayeux and Honfleur – two smaller towns in the Normandy area of France. We visited gorgeous beaches and wandered around the towns. The photo below was taken at Omaha Beach. I love the cliffs and rich green grass growing on the sides of them… Such an amazing contrast to the beautiful blue water.


I found this cozy spot while we were visiting Mont Saint Michel


Couldn’t pass up the opportunity to jump on this awesome carousel right on the harbor in Honfleur


PARIS!!!! I LOVE Paris!!! Everything about this city entices me. I have never felt such a pull to a certain location like I do to this lovely one! There were so many incredible spots for mini photo stops all over the city…

To celebrate their engagement we went to dinner at a restaurant that we found last year during our trip to Paris – it has the BEST pizza ever!! On our walk to the restaurant we stopped when I found this awesome wall… There are so many incredible photo backgrounds all over this city!


The restaurant turned out to be a romantic spot for some photos :)


On our way to Notre Dame one afternoon we walked by this building and I couldn’t pass by before snapping off some photos!


We also walked around the corner and found this café nestled on a corner of the street in the Latin Quarter area… I convinced them to grab an espresso and indulge me for a few minutes!




We spent an afternoon wandering around Père-Lachaise Cemetery… I have to say, this is the most beautiful cemetery I have seen. We grabbed some sandwiches on the way and enjoyed them on a shaded bench overlooking the cemetery and of course I couldn’t help myself and had to take some photos of the happy couple!


The cafés are one of my favorite parts of Paris! They are around every corner and have such a relaxed charming atmosphere… I could sit there all day.

Jonathan and Amanda are so genuine with one another. I very much enjoyed spending time with them and cherish our time on this trip. They genuinely love one another and are just hilarious and a blast to be around! It’s such a different experience to take engagement photos for a couple that also happens to be family and that I get to witness their relationship first hand.


And an engagement session in Paris wouldn’t be complete without the Eiffel Tower!


I love Paris and I love photographing people who are in love – this was such a dream come true!!

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Honfleur France

After leaving Bayeux, France we drove to Honfleur France – a gorgeous harbor town in the Normandy area of France.

When we arrived we dropped our bags at the hotel and walked into heart of the town that surrounds the gorgeous harbor. I had looked up a bunch of photos of Honfleur France before our trip and was super excited to stand at the harbor myself and take in the beauty of this small harbor town.

We ate lunch at a lovely restaurant on the harbor and then wandered all around the town – we only had one day and wanted to make the most of it.

There were small alleys that led to side streets and beautiful courtyards. When we turned one corner we saw a man giving dance lessons in the middle of the street.. I would love to live in a place where dance lessons are given spontaneously on the street in front of a restaurant!!

It was chilly, windy, and raining once the sun was starting to go down, but that didn’t stop me and my dad from sitting at the harbor waiting for the perfect light to take some night shots of the harbor. It was so worth it and I’m glad we did it!

Here are some of my favorites from Honfleur France…


Here are some more.. Plus some of my hubby! He loved riding the carousel :)


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Bayeux France

I first visited France last year when we spent 5 weeks visiting 8 countries in Europe. It was my first time traveling to Europe and I was completely smitten! I loved everything about our trip and was ecstatic when we had the opportunity to take two weeks this year to travel to France and Turkey! I feel so blessed to be able to have seven full weeks of European travel in one year! To start off this series of blog posts from my recent trip I will begin with our two days in Bayeux France…

My hubby is huge history buff and was ecstatic that we would be spending a few days in the Normandy area of France!

When we arrived at the airport in Paris we were exhausted! We had spent most of the day on planes and in airports… However, we hit the ground running and headed to Bayeux France!

Bayeux is a quaint quiet little town!

We wandered around the town when we first arrived and had a delicious lunch at a Pizzeria… Yummm!! The restaurant had a lovely view of the Bayeux Cathedral. The next two days we visited Omaha Beach and Gold Beach, which are two of the beaches that were stormed on D-Day. We also visited Pointe du Hoc – this is a cliff that overlooks the English Channel on the coast of France. The German army had this area fortified  with concrete casements and gun pits. There were huge craters in the ground that were created from approaching troops bombs. It was crazy to see and be able to walk down in the craters, as well as being able to walk in the barricades. You could stand in one spot facing the gorgeous French coastline and gaze upon the clear blue water and then simply turn around to see destroyed barricades and huge craters. The destruction that was caused on D-Day is intense, but there is also so much incredible beauty!

We also visited a couple monuments and cemeteries for the fallen soldiers that lost their lives during D-Day.

France has so much greenery all over the place… Such lush trees and bushes!! I loved the canals and old stone buildings that lined the streets of this charming town.

Here are some of my favorite photos from our time in Bayeux France.


Here are some more photos that I shot with my iPhone… The first one of the house is the adorable one we stayed in! It was so amazing and unique.


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Estes Park Wedding Photography


Estes Park Wedding Photography

I have been a bit disconnected the last few weeks… I spent 3 weeks traveling (stay tuned for the blog posts on the amazing places I visited). I’m home now and stoked for this wedding season to really kick off and to start blogging like crazy!

I spent 27 hours traveling home from our last travel spot… The time started when the taxi picked us up from our lodging and ended when I laid my head down on my pillow at home. It was an exhausting day, but so worth the adventures I had!

Two days after returning home I shot a wedding with my all time favorite photographer, Dave Russell with Rocky Mountain Aperture. I had the amazing pleasure of working for Dave for 6 years before starting my own company and it was the best learning experience I have ever had.. Plus it was loads of fun!!

We shot the wedding of Paige and CJ – they had their ceremony in the pavilion at Black Canyon Inn, followed by a reception at Twins Owls Steakhouse. Boulder Blooms created the most stunning floral arrangements! I love the uniqueness and colors of the flowers and they smelt incredible! We also had the privilege of working with Larry at Top Hat Entertainment. He is such an awesome DJ and makes the party so much fun!!!

I am constantly in awe of the gorgeous settings I have the privilege of working in. Colorado is such a stunning destination for a wedding! Not only that, but I have the honor of working with some of the most incredible people in the industry – people that are truly genuine and kind! I simply LOVE what I do and wouldn’t change a thing!

Here are some of my favorites from Paige and CJ’s recent Estes Park wedding…


And a behind the scenes shot of Dave at work :) I have learned so much from him!!


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Europe travel adventure


Europe travel adventures are about to begin!!!

I am flying to France today!!! It will be a long day of flying for us (myself, my studly husband, my sister, and her fiance) as we leave from Denver, then have a layover in Toronto, Canada and from there fly to in to Paris!

AHHHH! I can hardly wait for this adventure to begin!

Last year we had our first European adventure and OH MY was it incredible! I had no idea how amazing it would truly be! We visited 8 countries in total over a 5 week period. We went to France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Holland, and Belgium. I had never experienced anything like it! We had done so much research and tons planning went in to the trip (it was exhausting and overwhelming at times) that when it finally arrived we could barely contain our excitement!

This time around we are little more prepared and laid back about the whole thing – I cannot wait!!

We will fly into Paris and be renting a vehicle in order to drive to Normandy! My husband is stoked about this because he was super bummed we didn’t get to go last time and he is a huge history buff! From there we will drive back to Paris and spend 5 days wandering the beautiful city of lights! I loved Paris last time we went! It is such a romantic and historically beautiful city – If my hubs was on board I would totally move there in a heartbeat! Our last stop on this trip will be Istanbul, Turkey! I’m hoping we can take a day trip to Sile, which is a town right on the Black Sea – the photos look amazing!

We are boarding our plane NOW! I am not sure what wifi will be like where are staying, but I will try to be blogging about the trip! To follow along with my adventure follow me on Instagram for real time photos – @megsvisualpoetry

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Travel Adventures

Travel Adventures

I am so excited for my upcoming travel adventures!!

I am at the airport in Denver right now!! Waiting to board my plane to Orlando, Florida! I will be spending a week visiting the most magical place on earth!!! The above photo was taken at a wedding I photographed on Sunday! When I walked into the reception room and saw it I was overcome with joy and excitement about my upcoming trip! I absolutely LOVE Disney!!

We we will also be visiting Universal Studios and taking a day trip to the beach! I love travel and I love adventures, so obviously travel adventures are my favorite!

We return late next Wednesday and then early on Thursday I fly out to Paris!! Oh my gosh!! I can’t believe I am typing these words!! I feel so blessed to have these opportunities!

We will be spending two weeks traveling through Normandy, Paris, and Istanbul! I can’t wait!

This is going to be an amazing three weeks full of adventures! I will be blogging as often as I can, but to follow my adventures in real time follow me Instagram – @megsvisualpoetry

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Estes Park Wedding Photography *Amanda & Tim*


Estes Park Wedding Photography *Amanda & Tim*

I had the pleasure of photographing Amanda and Tim’s Colorado Rocky Mountain elopement at The Black Canyon Inn a few days ago. It was quite a chilly and windy day, but this didn’t bring down anyone’s spirits! Everyone was so excited for the happy couple and truly joyous for this very special occasion!

Amanda and Tim were so much fun! They were so excited for this day… I remember Amanda telling while she was getting ready that she was so ready for this – that she could have gotten married the day before at the rehearsal if she could. I could hear the excitement in her voice and see it in her eyes – it’s these small things that truly bring so much joy to what I do.

Amanda’s dress was so gorgeous! I love the sparkly details of it… Also, how stunning is her bouquet?? Kim and Company did an amazing job!


Amanda just couldn’t stop smiling!!


The grooms expression when seeing his bride for the first time is my all time favorite moment of every wedding! I just love it!


Black Canyon Inn provides such a stunning view from their pavilion – quite a gorgeous spot to exchange vows!


I LOVE the joy they shared during their wedding ceremony!!!


Congratulations to the newlyweds!!!!!!!


Amanda and Tim celebrated their wedding reception at Twin Owls Steakhouse – one of the most delicious restaurants in all of Estes Park!


Colorado Rose Cake Company created a gorgeous cake (as usual!) – I’m loving their cake topper! I’m a sucker for anything Disney!


Amanda and Tim were so amazing and I wish them all the happiness in the world as they start this new adventure!!


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Colorado Rocky Mountain engagement photography *Jacquelyn & Matt*


Colorado Rocky Mountain Engagement Photography * Jacquelyn & Matt*

It was quite the adventure scheduling Jacquelyn & Matt’s engagement session! We originally had it set up for the beginning of April, but the night before when I checked the weather it said that they predicted 8-10 inches of snow! We decided to reschedule and wait for better weather… The day we chose was looking pretty stormy, but it turned out to be awesome!!

I was already excited for this shoot because it had been awesome chatting with Jacquelyn about their wedding and I was just so stoked to meet them, finally! It was even more amazing than I thought it would be! They were so down to earth and kind hearted! Not to mention – how sweet they were with one another!

We did the shoot at a cabin off Hwy 7 that had been in Jaquelyn’s family for many years – it was rustic and simply amazing! I can only imagine how incredible a getaway would be at such a quaint spot hidden in the Rocky Mountains.

I could barely contain my excitement when they brought out a picnic basket full of goodies – Matt started to draw on a heart shaped chalkboard and Jacquelyn began reading to him. Oh my gosh – it was absolutely precious!


They just couldn’t stop smiling at one another! I simply can’t get enough of how in love these two are!


They were such a joy to hang out with and photograph as they interacted in such a genuine way with each other. They just laughed and soaked in the moments they shared.


It was quite a stunning view from the property! I just cant get enough of how gorgeous Colorado is!


Thank you Jacquelyn and Matt for letting met capture such beautiful emotion that you share and for inviting me to photograph your upcoming wedding at The Wild Basin Lodge later this summer – it’s going to be simply amazing!

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dream job – how I got there


I have my dream job!!! I wouldn’t trade it for the world and I absolutely love everything about what I do!

I decided to write this post because I have never really told this story in full detail and shared the ups and downs of what I do and how I got here.

Growing up I didn’t really think that I wanted to be a photographer… First, of course I wanted to be a princess, then a drummer in a band, a chef, a CSI.. haha the list goes on and on. Don’t get me wrong, I have always appreciated photography and the joy photos bring. I have many photographers in my family and I have always been around it, but never thought I would become one… BUT boy am I glad I did! It is an incredible creative outlet for me and I love creating images for people to treasure forever.

Not only did I not think I would become a photographer, but I never thought I would be a wedding photographer…

I was 18 years old when I asked my dad if I could work for him (he owned a successful photography business) – little did I know that this would lead to my DREAM JOB!

The first wedding he brought me to I carried his camera equipment. Not super glamorous, but I was thankful for the job and had to start somewhere. After awhile he gave me a camera to shoot with – I was at the entire wedding with him anyways, why not see what I could do??? I guess at some point he liked what I was doing because he offered me the opportunity to become his second shooter!! We were a father-daughter team and for 6 years I learned everything I could from him about the camera, photography, weddings, posing, business and so much more! It was such a blast all the time and a true bonding experience! After awhile I fell in love with everything about weddings and photography- the details, the dress, the venues, flowers, the look on the grooms face when he saw his bride for the first time, the toasts (that I still tear up at), and how much fun everyone had at the receptions! Weddings are days full of so much joy, love, and laughter – it’s truly such an honor and a blessing to be apart of these couples special day!

I learned by trial and error and I am still learning to this day! It’s incredible to learn something like photography and running a business while actually doing it and watching someone else do it on a daily basis – I don’t think any kind of school could have prepared me in such a way.

A few years into working for my father he started to give me more responsibilities – I wasn’t only second shooting with him. I was also responding to emails, calling clients, corresponding with other vendors, designing albums, and any other work in the studio that he needed. I learned such an incredible amount of information about running a business. It was such a natural transition into starting my own business in 2010… It had been a thought for awhile, but I was content where I was and actually incredibly nervous about starting a business and running it on my own.

However, it turned out to be one of the best things I have ever done! Being my own boss is incredible! It does have it down sides (taxes, accounting, time management…), but I wouldn’t trade it for anything! I took small steps here and there while still working for my father during ’10-’11 to create my business and branch off on my own. That was such a crazy time! My first full wedding season I shot 52 weddings on my own and also second shot for my father’s company. To this day I am surprised that I wanted to continue after such an intense year!! But I am so glad that I did – it has been such an incredible experience and I am so thankful everyday to have what I do! I learned a lot that first year – for example, I don’t shoot more than 30 weddings a year. This allows me to give each couple my very best attention and care… Along with keeping my sanity!

This August I will of had my company for 4 years! I am so excited that I have been able to create, run, and sustain a business! I never dreamed I would be able to do such a thing!

I love everything about love and weddings! There is so much joy packed into this one day that it is just about exploding each time and I love capturing the moments when it does!

I have been so blessed to have worked with incredible vendors and venues over the years and created friendships that will last a lifetime! I have the best clients, EVER! They are all so genuine and kindhearted that I am often taken back by there kindness – I am so grateful to each and every one of them for trusting me to capture their wedding day!

I can say without a doubt that I am living the dream and have MY dream job!

Learning so much about photography has given me such a passion for capturing not only weddings, but also people! I have a desire to travel the world throughout my life and capture other cultures and people. A persons face can tell you so much about their life… I hope to travel often in the future and use my gift to share my experiences with the world!

I am so thankful to my father for teaching me pretty much everything I know about photography and business.. My husband for encouraging me to start my business and being by my side through it all… to God for blessing me with such an amazing life… and to everyone who supports me on a daily basis! I couldn’t do any of this alone.


Thank you to  my awesome father – Dave Russell – for these shots of me! Check out his awesome humanitarian work HERE


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never too older for Disney World !!

Disney World is one of my very favorite places on earth!! There is something so magical about it!

I remember the first time I went to Disneyland – I was a young girl… We were on our way home to Colorado from a trip to Hawaii. We had a long layover in California and my dad told us we were going for breakfast. Little did we know he had planned a day trip to Disneyland! To this day I can recall the excitement I felt when I realized where we were going! It’s one of the very best surprises of my life!!!

I loved watching Disney movies growing up… I remember getting sick and watching The Little Mermaid over and over and over – it’s my very favorite!! There is something so amazing about the music and the playful romantic stories. I can just get wrapped up in them all day! Even to this day I love to cuddle up on the couch with a yummy snack and a classic from my collection of Disney movies.

I can barely contain my excitement about our upcoming trip to Disney World!! We will be visiting the parks – along with Universal Studios and perhaps the beach for an afternoon! It will be awesome to get away for a bit before the wedding season really kicks off.

My top five movies: The Little Mermaid, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Lion King… and I have recently became a huge fan of Frozen!!

I am super excited for The Haunted Mansion Ride… It’s silly for sure, but for some reason I love it!

Bring on the fun!! Be sure to follow me on Instagram (@megsvisualpoetry) for daily photos of our adventure!


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