Krog Street Tunnel | Jackson Street Bridge | Atlanta, GA
I met Amy back in January at the Roswell Wedding Showcase. I love this show because it’s a smaller one for Roswell wedding vendors, so everyone at the show is a business owner in Roswell. Most of the brides coming to the show are getting married in Roswell or around the area. Amy isn’t getting married in Roswell, but close by in Woodstock at Rocky’s Lake Estate. I met with her and her mom at the show and immediately liked them both! We talked for a while and I knew I would be hearing back from Amy after the show!
Amy and Kevin live in Nashville, so an in person consultation was a little harder to line up with our schedules, so after some emailing back and forth, we decided to do a FaceTime consultation. While I had already met her, I hadn’t met Kevin yet, so she wanted him to get to chat with me before committing to hiring me. I think Kevin agreed to hiring me because of our mutual love for the Marvel Universe movies. Kevin showed up for our FaceTime meeting wearing a Captain America shirt and I immediately commented on it and talked about our apparent mutual love for the movies. Kevin is such a Cap fan that he even has a Captain America tattoo!
I had so much fun with Amy and Kevin at their engagement session in downtown Atlanta. Originally, they had asked to go to the Roswell Mill, but decided they wanted something with more city scape and an urban feel since their wedding venue is a little more rustic and outdoorsy. When they said city and graffiti, I knew immediately where to take them. I sent them pictures from Kim and Josh’s engagement session a couple of years ago for an idea and they loved it! So it was settled! I would be an Atlanta engagement photographer for their pictures! I love going downtown!
We stopped at Krog Street Tunnel and the graffiti walls there for the first set of pictures and then headed over to Jackson Street Bridge for the second set. We were racing against the weather as it looked like any minute that we would be poured on. The sky in their pictures on Jackson Street definitely look ominous. We finished and headed north to go home only to be dumped on in a massive rainstorm!
Thanks Amy and Kevin for asking me to be a part of this fun time for y’all! I had so much fun at your sweet engagement session and I cannot wait until your wedding! We are going to have so much fun! That ring shot! I simply love this area of Cabbagetown in Atlanta! This is one of my favorite spots down by the Krog Street graffiti. And now time for some pretty pictures on the Jackson Street Bridge! I just love the Atlanta skyline here on the Jackson Street Bridge.