Though most Upper Peninsula residents have some level of appreciation for the snow, the recreation opportunities it affords, and the season of winter in general (it does take over our region for nearly 5 months after all!), not everyone is willing to schedule their wedding in a month where the average temperature is 20 degrees. Saying “I do” at the beginning of January in this Northern town takes a special, adventurous and incredibly close couple who is prepared to put their relationship first, make decisions that suit them, and who isn’t afraid of the challenges life may present them. Emily and Josh were one of the bold couples who exchanged their vows in the midst of a U.P. winter this year, and I am incredibly fortunate to have had the opportunity to photograph their special day.
After the blizzard of a few weeks ago, I was so hopeful that there would snow on the ground for this Christmas-themed family shoot. To my dismay, the warmer temperatures and rain did a number on the beautiful blanket of white that had fallen! I was so relieved when I was scouting locations at Marquette’s Presque Isle […]
Can this family get any cuter? I honestly don’t think so. They were all such troopers to brave the snow and cold with me this past weekend to get some really fun holiday photos. And can we all please give mom some serious props? She was out in the 20 degree weather with NO SLEEVES! Happy holidays, […]