I was so honored to be a part of this special proposal. I first met Mike at the Coworking space that I work out of (go Hygge!) & a bit after, he ended up asking me to be there for an incredibly well-planned proposal.

I arrived early where 2 of Mike’s good friends (who’s wedding I happened to photograph) were there setting up. Mike had set up a “mini-living-room” that would serve as a comfy spot to watch a video that Mike created for them. Natalie and Mike dated long distance on and off & throughout that time, they would take time to travel together and spend quality time. As they did that, they created little videos together highlighting the places they were visiting. Mike took clips from these videos & put them together to create a montage of all their travel & important moments together. I could barely hold my crap together, to say the least.

They watched through these clips and exchanged smiles back and forth. One of the things I love most about my job is being let into these moments. I loved watching the looks exchanged between these two as they reminisced. After the video ended, Mike got down on one knee and asked Natalie to marry him. It was a quiet, sweet & meaningful moment… well done, Mike ;).

After the proposal we took some time to go outside Camp North End and take some more photos. These two were so elated, it was beyond easy to take their photos.

Ugh I absolutely love these two together. Now it’s your turn, share your engagement story with me when you inquire or in the comments below! I absolutely love hearing each unique story.



I believe photography is much more than creating beautiful images – it’s about the connection that you share as a couple and the human connection that we also share that will aid in capturing images that are representative of you and your unique love.

My goal is always to show a unique perspective on what makes this time in your life so beautiful. Lets learn more about each other and share in each other’s lives. Lets laugh with the good and capture the hard times for what they are. Lets set our sight on the beauty of what is happening in the present, so years down the road you can relive the joy and love of this season through images that represent you well.