I’ve been a bit quiet on social media this week and last, both here and on Instagram. It’s not a lack of content, I can assure you of that— but rather a disturbance in my heart that keeps me quiet. You see, I’ve been throwing a bit of a childish fit. Quietly, in the corner […]

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  • Sharayah Fonyad - Thank you for being open, honest, and for sharing this today! It truly ministered to me and was exactly what I needed to hear. Thank you!!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen Browning - Hi Sarah! Thanks for being so opening up and saying what each and every one of us is probably thinking but are too afraid to say :)

    I can relate a lot to this post. It’s very easy to fall into the trap of discontentment. The good thing is that you respond to it and re calibrate your focus and remind yourself of your responsibility as a godly woman :)
    When I feel discontentment something that always resonates with me is the fact that we are to “die to ourselves” everyday. Die to our desires to have this or that; or wish our life was this way or that way. It’s so hard, I totally get it! I wish we could grab coffee sometime and chat :)ReplyCancel

  • JohnAmy Zehring - What a great post, very open and honest. I have caught myself feeling/thinking the same thing many times and I’m glad it’s not just me. Hard to think of all this editing as a gift, but I will try, and pray. :)ReplyCancel

  • Lauren - This spoke directly to my heart today. Thank you for allowing God to use your vulnerability and authenticity to give courage to the heart of a fellow sister in Christ. You are not alone, dear one! We strive to know Him together, and He is always with us.ReplyCancel

  • Abby Grace - Oh buddy. I needed to read this today, more than you know. Sarah I love your genuine, sweet heart, and I am so grateful to know you!ReplyCancel

  • Marissa S. - Hi Sarah! Thanks for posting this. I am certainly in the same struggle in life right now. Incredibly disappointed with myself and wallowing in self-pity. You post is a reminder that God has a plan for my life and sometimes it’s scary and I’m not ready to step off of the boat but God has other plans and in this moment what He has set before me is where my focus needs to be.ReplyCancel

We met early one morning at the Jefferson Memorial for engagement photos. They smiled at each other, excitement in their eyes, as they talked about how they met, fell in love, and now find themselves planning a wedding together and dreaming of a wonderful future together. When couples are as in-love as these two, it’s so easy […]

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  • Christa Rae - These are soooo beautiful!! I adore the coffee shop photos, so cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn - The blossoms and the coffee shop… Love!!ReplyCancel

  • Jen - That Magnolia Tree was beautiful! I love the shots of them in the memorial and the coffee shop. Beautiful session.ReplyCancel

  • Alyssa - Thank you again! You did a beautiful job, and Nick and I love them!ReplyCancel

“I got into photography as a hobby awhile back. Then I started taking some portraits for friends, and now it’s a business. I’d love to get into weddings, but not sure how to break into that market. Some people have told me to start by second shooting, but I can’t seem to find anyone who will […]

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  • Lindsay - such a good idea Sarah!! I’d love a list of whoever comes out of this workshop/ maybe that could be something to consider? I’m sure other seasoned photos would love to know who has been trained by you!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Messick - This is so unique! I haven’t seen this in the industry so great for you to make this happen!!! I would also love a list of those who attended for future references. :)ReplyCancel

These two were married in Chicago in November. We didn’t have a chance to do an engagement session beforehand, so we decided on an anniversary session in the spring instead. Helllooooo, cherry blossoms! There’s something so sweet about familiar love. I love how comfortable these two are together, and how they seem to melt into each other. […]

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