This year has been nothing short of crazy, but that didn’t stop us from having some amazing fall sessions. This year, our Knoxville fall sessions were so much fun. I was blessed with the opportunity to talk to so many families, see so many cute kids, and continue doing what I love. We hiked the Smoky Mountains, explored Meads Quarry, and even went to Ijams Nature Center for some family fun. While we were worried about how this year’s events were going to effect a lot of things, we were blessed with opportunity. We were blessed with growth, and so much more goodness. Exploring Knoxville was a breath of fresh air and helped me stay sane this year!
These fall sessions are always some of my favorites to shoot and be apart of, the colors, the crisp fall air. But, this year was different. This year our photo shoots were about hope, perseverance and finding some normalcy in a world of constant turmoil. We shot some incredible proposals, engagements, weddings, and family Christmas sessions. 2020 tried to knock us down, but our community showed up and became stronger together. I’ve been blessed with incredible friends and clients that have become friends this year, and it’s been so fun to work together and create new relationships.
Fall sessions are usually pretty popular for Christmas cards, family photos, and even engagements and we did just that. I always have a fun time getting to explore with friends and family, and even capturing newly engaged couples. We even got to hang out with my pastors and their family. I’ve gone through and found some of my favorite Knoxville fall sessions from this past year, and can’t wait to share with you! I even stuck in some of my favorite engagement sessions just for fun.