Sean and Morgan's engagement session was one of my favorites this year. We just clicked. Everything went smoothly. It helps that they both have a very warm and fun personality. It made for a great time! They also brought their non-human child (their pup-Star). His personality brought out some laughs and overall great energy.
Engagement Sessions are the perfect way to get used to being in front of the camera. It helps all of us get a better feel for how we will work together during the wedding day. After hanging out a couple of hours with these two, I have no doubt their wedding day will be a lot fun (yay for 2017 weddings)!
Just a quick note for 2017 weddings: I have 6 slots available. Shoot me a message and we can see if your wedding day is still open!
Sean and I met while we were both undergraduates at UNR. I attended an open gym with a group that I had done a few retreats with, and saw this curly haired guy running up walls and flipping off of them. (Obviously caught my attention!) Sean attempted to talk to me, but it was very awkward and I didn't realize he was hitting on me. He ended up seeing my name in the local news and review and contacting me.-Morgan
"In the little free time that we have together, we love to try out all of the local breweries, play video games, and basically spend time with our family and husky pup". -Morgan
Morgan & Sean- Thank you so much for letting me document this exciting chapter! Looking forward to the BIG DAY!
Engagement Session Location: Galena Creek Park-this is the perfect spot if you want woodsy vibes and darker/rich tones. The parks in the area are surrounded by the Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest. It's located at a prime spot because the high-dessert and alpine combine (yay for a blend of two ecosystems).