Lauren and Drew | Chicago Engagement Photographer

A Sunrise Engagement Session at 31st Street Beach, in Chicago, Illinois   Waking up early has never really been my thing. Sure, I’ve dabbled; I’ve done the whole 5am journal and meditation schtick, and felt that false sense of superiority at being so self-disciplined and balanced. But, you know, it always crumbled eventually. I have…

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Athena and Camron | Cannon Beach, Oregon Wedding Photographer

Elopement photography in the PNW Well, I’m sure everyone is tired, at this point, of me going on and on about how much I love shooting in the Pacific Northwest. But, look at these photos! How could any photographer walk away from this experience not wanting more (and more, and more)? One thing I love…

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  • Aspen - Ah! I absolutely love this and looooove the Oregon Coast! You did such an amazing job photographing these two!ReplyCancel

  • BreeAnna Lasher - Wow! this is so gorgeous! I love Athena + Cameron! ReplyCancel

  • Justyna E Butler - It is my dream to shoot on Canon beach!!! Such a beautiful wedding!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lauren - So much joy and happiness in these images!! Absolutely stunning! The PNW is such a perfect place for an elopement!ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Daacke - Absolutely love this gallery! They seem so fun and carefree – beautiful work!ReplyCancel

    • Tennile Sunday - Thank you, Nicole! I kinda love this set too. 🙂ReplyCancel

Hannah and Grant | Cannon Beach Oregon Engagement Photographer

A rainy, adventurous engagement session with Hannah and Grant, at Indian Beach at Ecola State Park, in Oregon.

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  • Jessica - I really enjoyed reading about your adventure to Cannon Beach! I definitely feel you with the odd things that can happen while travelling solo. Most of the time I just embrace it and try to do a good job of keeping at least one of my family members in the loop about my itinerary. The images you got at the workshop are lovely. The joy is infectious! ReplyCancel

    • Tennile Sunday - Thanks, Jessica. I was mostly kidding about the travel paranoia, because I’ve been overdoing it with the My Favorite Murder podcast lately. But, you’re right, it’s nice for someone to have your itinerary! Karen and Georgia would approve, for sure. Thanks for kind words about the photos, it’s one of my favorite sessions to date! xoReplyCancel

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