I think Morgan and Chuck couldn’t have made my 4AM alarm better. I spent the morning with these two walking around the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. and Old Town Alexandria capturing their engagement photos, and let me tell you, it was such a fun time. I didn’t even feel like I got less sleep than usual (it was probably the Starbucks though, let’s be honest).
One of my FAVORITE things is being able to travel to meet my couples!! Tristan and Nolan contacted me back in the Fall and knew they wanted to get their engagement photos done in Pittsburgh. As one of my favorite cities, of COURSE I was on board.
These two came so prepared with all of the places they wanted to visit, and I absolutely love making the most of visiting a city! We started their session with visiting Mount Washington, headed down to the Point, Heinz Field, Clemente Bridge, and finished with the Pitt campus. It was honestly such a fun day that was full of adventure! I felt like I was being given an exclusive tour of Pittsburgh with the locals 😛
Tristan and Nolan are really into Pittsburgh sports (Go Steelers!) so obviously, we had to get a few photos in their Steelers and Pitt gear. Also, we stepped into Pitt’s Cathedral for a few moments and I was in complete AWE of the beauty of that thing. Tristan and I kept saying how much it looked like Hogwarts (and I don’t think we were wrong).
I loved being able to spend the day with these two and Nolan’s parents! I felt like a part of the family and was even brought the honor of shopping in the Strip District with the 4 of them. The adventures I get to have while being a photographer are not taken lightly — I honestly feel so blesses to become friends with my couples and their families 🙂
Tristan and Nolan,
Your engagement session was so much fun that it has made me want your wedding in May 2020 to be here ASAP! I’m sure time will fly by, but I just cannot wait for it to be here 🙂 Please enjoy some sneak peeks of your engagement photos, because I just can’t wait to send you your final gallery!
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