I know you're in the throws of busy season. Some of you may be pulling double header wedding weekends or shooting every day. Regardless, you're hustling, and we are running right there along side of you. You know I'm a huge fan of self care, so I asked my fitness coach friend, Sandra Cauley, to give us some pointers for wedding season and avoiding the infamous "wedding hangover". Check out her tips for staying healthy (alive) while you celebrate with your couples:
Daisy and Ryan stole my heart, guys! Their wedding day was pure happiness, simple as that. Happy tears, happy smiles and happy laughter - you name it. These two met while attending the university of Florida and their love started to grow over accounting and physical therapy textbooks. As they say, the rest is history. I can't get enough of the way Ryan looks at Daisy and how much chemistry they share with one another. They have such a simple and perfect kind of love! I was so excited to be a part of their wedding day.
Alexis is bubbly perfection, and the way Joey makes her laugh is priceless! He’s a sly jokester (who I’m convinced is just a giant teddy bear), and conversation came easy with them both. They remind me of two teenagers running around town completely obsessed with each other and not caring who knows! Their zeal for life is obvious; their big grins are infectious, and their laid back personalities make me low key obsessed with being their friends (is that too stalkerish?). Seriously though, what's better than two people loving life and loving each other?!
People ask me all the time about my start in photography, and how I came up with the name Dash. The story is very connected to me and my journey as a human, so I always enjoy sharing. I graduated from college with a degree in physical education and psychology. I was hoping to do some sort of sports therapy and work with athletes and families within that industry. I was interested in the hobby of photography, but as a sports lover I figured that’d be the direction I’d go. It’s crazy to me that we have to figure out what we want do with our whole life at the age of 18 (I still thought a box of kraft mac n cheese was a sufficient dinner).
I moved to Colorado the day after graduating college and two weeks after a significant and tragic death in my family.
Lauren describes herself as genuine, compassionate, and a leader. I like to ask seniors what advice they would give their freshman self. Lauren said, "I would have said to step out of your comfort zone with friendships. I often stayed in my safe friendship bubble--surrounding myself with people who believed like me, but I realized you can't influence the world and those around you if you look just like it!" YES GIRL.