Julie + Ken | Atlanta Lifestyle Photographers

Hi Friends!

I have been so thankful for this past week. I have put the computer down and besides a few instagram photos stayed away from anything electronic or camera related. I do feel this is so important to a person who needs to be creative on a daily basis. So, to take a step back, inhale a deep breath, and enjoy the sweet life blessings of the everyday. We decided to have a mini stay-cation, and enjoy the fun things around atlanta.  We ventured down to Serenbe and played with chickens and goats, visited the atlanta botanical gardens and ran through the tulips, took some time to play at the kids parks at Piedmont, and had some fun at home, planting in our garden, playing in the sandbox and our creek, and also getting some fun house projects done that we have had on our list. It has been a wonderful much needed last few days, so sitting here, I am pumped and ready to work on all the amp projects we have. So, to the blog and sharing photos! 

I am thrilled to share my sweet friends Julie and Ken with you. I know taking photos aren’t everyones very thing. Most people say, I love having them, hate taking them. and I get that. it isn’t easy being in front of a camera, but I always say, kim and I think we are funny, and our hope is that we make you forget about the camera, and just enjoy the company. And at the end, i love it when a couple that wasnt sure of a photo session says, “we really had a great time, thank you.” it makes this photographers day. 

Julie and Ken, thank you for spending the afternoon with me, and for your sweet text. So glad it was a great time for you both, and I hope you enjoy the photos that came with it. 

Much joy,


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